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== Networking ==
 
== Networking ==

Revision as of 22:50, 9 December 2012

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Howto's

tips

Enabling back/forward mouse buttons in Konqueror and Dolphin file managers

First, you must install xautomation and xbindkeys from Entropy.

Next, create a text file named .xbindkeysrc and save it to your home directory. The content of the file should be:

###########################
# xbindkeys configuration #
###########################
#
# Version: 1.8.0
#
# If you edit this file, do not forget to uncomment any lines
# that you change.
# The pound(#) symbol may be used anywhere for comments.
#
# To specify a key, you can use 'xbindkeys --key' or
# 'xbindkeys --multikey' and put one of the two lines in this file.
#
# The format of a command line is:
# "command to start"
# associated key
#
#
# A list of keys is in /usr/include/X11/keysym.h and in
# /usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h
# The XK_ is not needed.
#
# List of modifier:
# Release, Control, Shift, Mod1 (Alt), Mod2 (NumLock),
# Mod3 (CapsLock), Mod4, Mod5 (Scroll).
#

# The release modifier is not a standard X modifier, but you can
# use it if you want to catch release events instead of press events

# By defaults, xbindkeys does not pay attention with the modifiers
# NumLock, CapsLock and ScrollLock.
# Uncomment the lines above if you want to pay attention to them.

#keystate_numlock = enable
#keystate_capslock = enable
#keystate_scrolllock= enable

# Examples of commands:

"xbindkeys_show" 
control+shift + q

# set directly keycode (here control + f with my keyboard)
"xterm"
c:41 + m:0x4

# specify a mouse button
"xterm"
control + b:2

#"xterm -geom 50x20+20+20"
# Shift+Mod2+alt + s
#
## set directly keycode (here control+alt+mod2 + f with my keyboard)
#"xterm"
# alt + c:0x29 + m:4 + mod2
#
## Control+Shift+a release event starts rxvt
#"rxvt"
# release+control+shift + a
#
## Control + mouse button 2 release event starts rxvt
#"rxvt"
# Control + b:2 + Release

# dolphin go back
"xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Right' 'keyup Alt_L'"
b:9

# dolphin go forward
"xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Left' 'keyup Alt_L'"
b:8


##################################
# End of xbindkeys configuration #
##################################

Now create an autostart entry in /home/user_name/.kde4/Autostart named xbindkeys.desktop containing the following code:

[Desktop Entry]
Comment[en_US]=
Comment=
Encoding=UTF-8
Exec=xbindkeys
GenericName[en_US]=
GenericName=
Icon=
MimeType=
Name[en_US]=
Name=
Path=
StartupNotify=false
Terminal=false
TerminalOptions=
Type=Application
Version=1.0
X-DBUS-ServiceName=
X-DBUS-StartupType=
X-DCOP-ServiceType=
X-KDE-SubstituteUID=false
X-KDE-Username=
X-KDE-autostart-after=kdesktop

Now just reboot your computer and you should have back/forward mouse button functionality in Dolphin and Konqueror. This, of course can also work when running a different Desktop Environment. eg. XFCE.

Some like the XFCE looks and feel, but mainly use KDE apps. In this case, add the xbindkeys.desktop script to XFCE-settings --> session and startup. (Make sure you enable the KDE-services under the Advanced tab.)

Visual tour

booting sabayon linux-4

En:Visual_Tour:_Part_1_Booting_Sabayon_Linux-4

booting sabayon linux-4.1

Pl:Visual_Tour:_Booting_Sabayon_Linux-4.1_KDE4

booting sabayon linux-5.2

Visual_Tour:_Booting_Sabayon_Linux-5.2_KDE4

Package Management

sabayon linux-3.5-pod adding portage

En:HOWTO:_3.5_Pod_adding_portage

install Himerge

HOWTO:_Install_Himerge

Networking