I am using cinnamon 2.2.16-1, awesome 3.5.5-1 and awesome-cinnamon from the Arch Linux AUR. The awesome-cinnamon package basically just creates the .desktop and .session files to load cinnamon with awesome wm as the window manager.
I'm a newer to awesome .there's only one window manager awesome in my linux without any desktop environment(KDE GNOME...) or display manager(gdm kdm...etc) ,but I encountered a problem : there's no sound when playing music in the awesome environment ,but it sounds when switch to anoter tty on which the user of awesome DE has logined.It's real
When I log into the GNOME Shell, my up and down volume keys work. When I login to Awesome GNOME, they don't. However, when I go into gnome-control-center to set them, the Keyboard section recognizes them just fine when I go to bind the keys to the volume actions.
ratcheer wrote:I installed a minimal Arch Linux with awesome and a minimal LinuxBBQ with Openbox. The Openbox is much lighter.TimApples and oranges. It's not unusual for Arch to use more memory than Debian, possibly because it's doing something useful with the extra. You would need to compare Arch with Awesome and Openbox, or Debian with Awesome and Openbox.
I'm trying to install Awesome WM. Well, the install is completed and working, but I can't seem to make any changes to the interface. I read the manpage, which says the config file is ~/awesome/rc.lua, another page says it's ~/awesomerc, and yet another says it's ~/.config/awesome/rc.lua.
Just to be safe, I copied the rc.lua to all three places.