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Sun Jun 8 PDT You can access the Debian menu hierarchy by running /etc/X11/ratmenu/ Alternatively, you can cp /etc/menu- methods/ratmenu $HOME/.menu-methods/ And then run update-menus This will create the dir $HOME/.ratmenu/ with the ratmenu scripts, with. ratmenu is a simple program that accepts a list of menu item and command pairs on the command line. It creates a window that consists of nothing but a menu. When a particular item is selected, the corresponding command is executed. ratmenu does not recognize any usage of the rodent. You use the keys "j" and "k" to. Creates X menus from the shell. This is ratmenu, a simple program that allows you to create X menus from the shell. Although designed for ratpoison, it will work with any ICCCM compliant window manager. It was forked from 9menu version , to provide specific support for the ratpoison window manager. Where 9menu .
May 18, More ratmenu tips. I see I've been getting a lot of hits in the past few days for searches related to ratmen, ratmenu, and 9menu. As I've written before, these work very similarly. In a nutshell, you use these to create shell scripts to provide menus for ratpoison or other window managers. What can you do with. ratmenu is a simple program that accepts a list of menu item and command pairs on the command line. It creates a window that consists of nothing but a menu. When a particular item is selected, the corresponding command is executed. ratmenu does not recognize any usage of the rodent. It is entirely keystroke operated. ratmenu package in Ubuntu. ratmenu: No summary available for ratmenu in ubuntu yakkety. ratmenu-dbgsym: No summary available for ratmenu-dbgsym in ubuntu yakkety. This package has 0 new bugs and 0 open questions.
I'd like to be able to select an album by looking through album covers and launch any mp3 player on it or select an image album by scrolling through sample thumbnails and launch any image viewer on it. software-recommendation command-line menu scripts. Feb 28, trying Ratpoison and ratmenu - posted in Brunos All Things Linux: Hi allI've decided to give Ratpoison Window Manager and Ratmenu a try. I must say, it's different but I'm enjoying figuring it out. It's hard to say at this point if it will replace Fluxbox. And now that I have a new/used working printer, it's a.