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Author Topic: | Rogue-Ops_v2.0 | Crunchbang11+Tint2+Openbox3+Kali | Full Rebuild | 12/20/13 |  (Read 14255 times)

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Rogue_Ops-v2.0
12/20/13

| Crunchbang 11 Waldorf |
| Openbox3 + Tint2 + Conky + Kali |
| amd64/3.7 kernel |
| compat-wireless 3.7 |
| wallpapers from em3rgency and n1tr0g3n (thanks btw!) |
| full kali-tools suite configured into the openbox menus |
| nvidia/ati compatible |



New
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-fixed a bunch of random bugs
-kali tools now properly work in live usb environment
-themed with CathexiS SuitE (link to theme)
- changed pretty much all the CathexiS green to orange
- fully themed conky with network monitor modules etc..
- top-hat-sec themed login(slim) (Thanks n1tr0g3n + others for badass THS artwork)
- Tossed the v1 source and started v2 from scratch.  This build is much cleaner than the last, enjoy!

**v2.01** (Coming soon)  Need to fix the font color for minimized apps on the tint2 tray because it sometimes is too dark depending on your lighting.  I'll probably be adding some scripts from around the forum as well!

New Install Directions
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I used refracta instead of remastersys this time around so you need to run the refractainstaller-gui command in terminator to get the install process going:

:right click desktop > terminator > $ refractainstaller-gui

Login: root/toor

MD5 + ISO Download
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https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8YYL-NMIuh9NWN0TkxHTDdZZWM&usp=sharing
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Recommended:
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OE recommended a sweet tool called sgfxi which simplifies installing and updating both nvidia and ati drivers (thanks and nice find OE 800)
https://code.google.com/p/sgfxi/

Code: [Select]
$ service slim stop
$ cd /usr/local/bin && wget -O sgfxi smxi.org/sgfxi && chmod +x sgfxi && sgfxi
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Message me if you want help with any openbox configs or if you need help readjusting the slim login box position or wallpaper after installing graphics card drivers!

Feel free to share any bugs or issues you might be having
« Last Edit: December 21, 2013, 02:34:29 PM by rogue.sf »

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Downloading now

sweet keep me posted on what you think

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Crunchbang is one of my favorite distros, love openbox and its slickness for lightweight deployments.

I would like to install on my netbook, which has integrated intel graphics and intel processor.

You planning on a release with compatibility for a greater variety of hardware?

p.s. good effort getting all the tools in obmenu
« Last Edit: November 13, 2013, 03:40:13 PM by C3rb3ru5 »

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@@ not work in ati cards , but awesome @rogue.sf

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@@ not work in ati cards , but awesome @rogue.sf

shit happens with no ati Graphics card...
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Crunchbang is one of my favorite distros, love openbox and its slickness for lightweight deployments.

I would like to install on my netbook, which has integrated intel graphics and intel processor.

You planning on a release with compatibility for a greater variety of hardware?

p.s. good effort getting all the tools in obmenu

Yeah guys sorry about no ATI support, I've tried going back and removing NVIDIA drivers from the release but its proving to be more difficult than I expected.  I'm going to start a rebuild today of a version that will be more hardware compatible..Will post soon

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Awesome.
Will look forward to it.

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Very nice Rogue!!! I love the feel and look of it. Very simple and organized. I just wish I knew opennbox enough not to be intimidated. I downloaded dropbox and insync and cant find the menus to launch them. Finally found DB and got that started, but I can tell future installs are going to be a pain.

Is there a easier way to edit the openbox menu. Can it create entires automatically when something is installed? Is there third party that makes the menu easier to add stuff to it?

Still nice job!!!

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Glad you're liking the distro crooklyn! 


Is there a easier way to edit the openbox menu. Can it create entires automatically when something is installed? Is there third party that makes the menu easier to add stuff to it?


I know what you mean about openbox, it is certainly daunting when first diving into configurations  :o and unfortunately I have no knowledge of any automation of adding new programs to the menu, it's all done the old fashioned way!

When you attempted to add your own programs, did you edit the xml file manually or did you use the obmenu GUI?
« Last Edit: November 17, 2013, 10:29:14 AM by rogue.sf »

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I tried both but gave up....as long as dropbox starts on startup im good.

Openbox is so awesome and would really take flight if they made it a little easier for regular folks IMO. I am a IT pro with Windows and Mac, but Linux ....Im such a newb. Learned a lot but Openbox is just so over my head right now.

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I have been playing around alot with openbox, I have a similar setup with K-LOS - meaning it was modified from crunchbang and includes kali tools.

You can try obmenu (http://obmenu.sourceforge.net/ ) which is a gui for editing the openbox menu.

Or, what I found most helpful was installing xfce4-panel, it works nicely with openbox, and you can have it load automatically by adding xfce4-panel to your autorun.
Xfce4-panel will automatically add all the menu items it finds in /usr/share/applications/
It will also have the full kali menu.

You do not need to do a full install of xfce in order to use the xfce4-panel. Just type:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xfce4-panel
To run, type xfce4-panel.

Some other useful links for modifying crunchbang:
Hybrid Openbox Crunchbang : http://lxlinux.com/crunchbang.html

Hope this helps.
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Thanks OE

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How to install to usb?

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try using unetbootin. http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/

format usb to fat32 before using.
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