Greetings,I was messing with my autostart file, adding a few things, and it stopped working. Well, first it would only start like 6 out of the 12 things that I wanted it to, and then when I tried to revert it back to the original it stopped running altogether. In the terminal when I run it I get "./autostart: line 38: syntax error near unexpected token `)'./autostart: line 38
defualt autostart:## Openbox autostart.sh
## When you login to your CrunchBang Openbox session, this autostart script
## will be executed to set-up your environment and launch any applications
## you want to run at startup.
## Note*: some programs, such as 'nm-applet' are run via XDG autostart.
## Run '/usr/lib/openbox/openbox-xdg-autostart --list' t
In response to my question about an error while attempting to upgrade it was noted:abveritas wrote:Correct, reasonable change this is a broken system bc of having unstable first. If you tried to get kde-unstable, then read the appropriate forum section to get it.And I'll repeat one more time, before closing this thread, if on testing, read one of the two (especially when you see a confl
I have to go to a graduation at the moment, so I cannot give the proper attention to your question at the moment. I promise I'll come back and try to help a little more. I can say this, though: if you're trying to run Openbox in Gnome *and* Openbox standalone, then perhaps things are a little more complicated. But if each of the DE's/WM's are different, you should be okay.
thunk, your intuition that something was wrong with the script was correct. It turns out that the if statement wrapping the xrandr command was problematic.I placed the statement in a separate shell file, ran that from autostart, and achieved the desired result.Thank you!