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Offline oberon

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Re: How to make dmenu-manjaro forget bad entries and options?
« Reply #15 on: 23. October 2015, 22:28:12 »
Do this:
1. Delete the file ~/.dmenurc
2. Run dmenu once (this will create a new config file)
3. Open the new ~/.dmenurc and where it says: TERMINAL="urxvt -e" exchange urxvc with lxterminal (or whichever terminal you want dmenu to use...)
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« Last Edit: 23. October 2015, 22:29:46 by oberon »
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Re: How to make dmenu-manjaro forget bad entries and options?
« Reply #16 on: 24. October 2015, 05:03:24 »
Update your system with
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sudo pacman -SyuThat's how you always get all fixes.

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Re: How to make dmenu-manjaro forget bad entries and options?
« Reply #17 on: 24. October 2015, 13:49:34 »
Update your system with
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sudo pacman -SyuThat's how you always get all fixes.
well yes ;) It's just possible sometimes that you'll have to adjust to modified config cooked up by Chry&Obi ::)
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