Configuration files for getting XMonad working with different desktop environments.
Choose right file for your desktop environment.
These files have been tested with following distros:
- Linux Mint 13.
- Fedora 15.
Don't forget to copy xmonad.hs file to your ~/.xmonad/ directory.
Each time you change xmonad.hs file, you should run following command:
$ xmonad --recompile
In order to use XMonad with MATE you need to execute following commmand:
$ mateconftool-2 -s /desktop/mate/session/required_components/windowmanager xmonad --type string
Instead of executing mentioned command, it's possible to create a startup shortcut with following command:
$ /usr/bin/xmonad --replace
Each time you computer boots the command above will be executed and your default window manager will be XMonad
Just window manager
If you want to use xmonad just as a window manager, then you should use files
plain folder. There you'll find configuration for xmonad + xmobar.
Alt in these configuration files.
If you want to use notifications, then you can use
$ sudo yum install stalonetray $ touch ~/.stalonetrayrc $ stalonetray &
Configuration has been tested on the following operating systems:
- Fedora 27
$ git clone https://github.com/bsnux/xmonad-config.git $ mkdir ~/.xmonad $ ln -s xmonad-config/plain/xmonad.hs ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs $ ln -s xmonad-config/plain/dot_xmobarrc ~/.xmobarrc
mod4 + q: Restart xmonad
mod4 + shift + q: Close xmonad
mod4 + shift + enter: Launch new terminal
mod4 + 1: Go to workspace 1
mod4 + shit + 2: Move current window to workspace 2
mod4 + h: Make right window bigger
mod4 + l: Make left window bigger
mod4 + shift + j: Switch windows
alt + tab: Switch focus between windows in same workspace
mod4 + space: Cycle between layouts
mod4 + p: Launch command (