Duplicate Orchis-launcher on Ubuntu

Posted On March 18, 2008

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Get apwal from synaptic.

Set applications which you want to launch.

Get btnx and btnx-config deb packages.


#sudo mkdir /etc/btnx

Install btnx and btnx-config.

#sudo btnx-config

Click “detect mouse & buttons”.

Follow the guide, and detect all of buttons your mouse have.

Assignment Orchis launcher.

This example I set Orchis launcher as Button7.

“Buttons” Tab -> Property; Button7 -> Event type -> Command execution

Execute command -> /usr/bin/apwal

Process UID -> 1000 (You can check your Process UID with this command, # id).

“Configuration” Tab -> Restart btnx

citation (JP);


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