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#1 2021-04-03 17:42:42

manyroads
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Bunsenlabs on non-systemd Debian (antiX19)

If you want to work with, or play around with, BunsenLabs (BL) on a non-systemd Debian platform, here is a method by which you can install BL on antiX19.   (Later, I'll move things over to Bullseye...)

https://eirenicon.org/bunsenlabs-on-non … n-antix19/


Pax vobiscum,
Mark Rabideau - http://many-roads.com  Professional Genealogist
dwm & i3wm on arch ~ Reg. Linux User #449130
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong." H. L. Mencken

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#2 2021-04-05 12:17:48

ceeslans
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Re: Bunsenlabs on non-systemd Debian (antiX19)

manyroads wrote:

If you want to work with, or play around with, BunsenLabs (BL) on a non-systemd Debian platform, here is a method by which you can install BL on antiX19.   (Later, I'll move things over to Bullseye...)

https://eirenicon.org/bunsenlabs-on-non … n-antix19/

Thanks Mark for the write-up.
Used a fresh antiX-19.3-amd64 and installed bunsen-meta-all as per your guide. It worked flawlessly.
With clipit, update-notifier and bluetooth disabled at startup. my Bunsenlabs system is idling at ~275mb.
(It does feel a bit odd though, to kill the 'soul' of the host (antiX) by cutting most of its window managers and orphaned applications...)
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#3 2021-04-05 13:27:22

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Re: Bunsenlabs on non-systemd Debian (antiX19)

Very nice tutorial!  Thank you:) My "todo" list of fun stuff is growing beyond my time to try them! Mark another one down.

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#4 2021-04-05 15:52:29

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Re: Bunsenlabs on non-systemd Debian (antiX19)

Mmm this should be nice to try out, and maybe go out on a limb to upgrade this to Sid  monkey


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#5 2021-04-05 16:29:30

manyroads
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Re: Bunsenlabs on non-systemd Debian (antiX19)

FWIW... the same thing actually works on MXLinux 19.4 (I tested that yesterday).  As for sid, I think you'll find it breaks because of all the old software used in BL.  It will work once Bullseye is out.  If you are niggling things at a very detailed level you will find that BL embeds a few systemd dependencies that are not addressed by my tutorial.  You will need to fix them to your liking if you want them to work.     

On another note... I did a quick fix on a rofi theme for any who want to use it.  It sort of looks like Lithium now...

/*******************************************************************************
 * ROFI Color theme
 * User: ManyRoads
 * Copyright: Rasmus Steinke & ManyRoads
 * modified from the original by ManyRoads
 *******************************************************************************/

* {
    selected-normal-foreground:  rgba ( 255, 255, 255, 100 % );
    foreground:                  rgba ( 193, 193, 193, 100 % );
    normal-foreground:           @foreground;
    alternate-normal-background: rgba ( 39, 50, 56,
     100 % );
    red:                         rgba ( 188, 75, 79, 100 % );
    selected-urgent-foreground:  rgba ( 255, 24, 68, 100 % );
    blue:                        rgba ( 52, 96, 120, 100 % );
    urgent-foreground:           rgba ( 255, 154, 80, 100 % );
    alternate-urgent-background: rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    active-foreground:           rgba ( 128, 203, 196, 100 % );
    lightbg:                     rgba ( 238, 232, 213, 100 % );
    selected-active-foreground:  rgba ( 128, 203, 196, 100 % );
    alternate-active-background: rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    background:                  rgba ( 43, 69, 79, 100 % );
    bordercolor:                 rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    alternate-normal-foreground: @foreground;
    normal-background:           rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    lightfg:                     rgba ( 88, 104, 117, 100 % );
    selected-normal-background:  rgba ( 57, 66, 73, 100 % );
    border-color:                @foreground;
    spacing:                     2;
    separatorcolor:              rgba ( 30, 37, 41, 100 % );
    urgent-background:           rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    selected-urgent-background:  rgba ( 57, 66, 73, 100 % );
    alternate-urgent-foreground: @urgent-foreground;
    background-color:            rgba ( 0, 0, 0, 0 % );
    alternate-active-foreground: @active-foreground;
    active-background:           rgba ( 39, 50, 56, 100 % );
    selected-active-background:  rgba ( 57, 66, 73, 100 % );
}
#window {
    background-color: @background;
    border:           1;
    padding:          5;
}
#mainbox {
    border:  0;
    padding: 0;
}
#message {
    border:       1px dash 0px 0px ;
    border-color: @separatorcolor;
    padding:      1px ;
}
#textbox {
    text-color: @foreground;
}
#listview {
    fixed-height: 0;
    border:       2px dash 0px 0px ;
    border-color: @separatorcolor;
    spacing:      2px ;
    scrollbar:    true;
    padding:      2px 0px 0px ;
}
#element {
    border:  0;
    padding: 1px ;
}
#element.normal.normal {
    background-color: @normal-background;
    text-color:       @normal-foreground;
}
#element.normal.urgent {
    background-color: @urgent-background;
    text-color:       @urgent-foreground;
}
#element.normal.active {
    background-color: @active-background;
    text-color:       @active-foreground;
}
#element.selected.normal {
    background-color: @selected-normal-background;
    text-color:       @selected-normal-foreground;
}
#element.selected.urgent {
    background-color: @selected-urgent-background;
    text-color:       @selected-urgent-foreground;
}
#element.selected.active {
    background-color: @selected-active-background;
    text-color:       @selected-active-foreground;
}
#element.alternate.normal {
    background-color: @alternate-normal-background;
    text-color:       @alternate-normal-foreground;
}
#element.alternate.urgent {
    background-color: @alternate-urgent-background;
    text-color:       @alternate-urgent-foreground;
}
#element.alternate.active {
    background-color: @alternate-active-background;
    text-color:       @alternate-active-foreground;
}
#scrollbar {
    width:        4px ;
    border:       0;
    handle-width: 8px ;
    padding:      0;
}
#mode-switcher {
    border:       2px dash 0px 0px ;
    border-color: @separatorcolor;
}
#button.selected {
    background-color: @selected-normal-background;
    text-color:       @selected-normal-foreground;
}
#inputbar {
    spacing:    0;
    text-color: @normal-foreground;
    padding:    1px ;
}
#case-indicator {
    spacing:    0;
    text-color: @normal-foreground;
}
#entry {
    spacing:    0;
    text-color: @normal-foreground;
}
#prompt {
    spacing:    0;
    text-color: @normal-foreground;
}
#inputbar {
    children:   [ prompt,textbox-prompt-colon,entry,case-indicator ];
}
#textbox-prompt-colon {
    expand:     false;
    str:        ":";
    margin:     0px 0.3em 0em 0em ;
    text-color: @normal-foreground;
}

Here's a patch (replacement script) for bl-exit that you can place in tint2.... the short-cut Super+x is one of those systemd probs...

#! /bin/bash
yad --center --borders=1 --on-top --sticky --single-click --title='Logout Options' \
	--buttons-layout=center \
	--window-icon="gtk-quit: exit" \
	--button="Logout!system-log-out:openbox --exit" \
	--button="Reboot!system-reboot:sudo reboot" \
	--button="Shutdown!system-shutdown:sudo halt" \
	--button="Suspend!system-suspend:sudo pm-suspend" \
	--button=Cancel:0 \

Pax vobiscum,
Mark Rabideau - http://many-roads.com  Professional Genealogist
dwm & i3wm on arch ~ Reg. Linux User #449130
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong." H. L. Mencken

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