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Awesome Window Manager: Part 3

Awesome Window Manager: Part 3

In part two of the “Awesome Window Manager Guide”, we looked at: Editing the default Awesome configuration file in the “Home” folder, setting the default terminal emulator and text editor, installing a third-party theme named awesome-copycats/powerarrow-dark performing tweaks to the theme code. Continuing in part three, we’ll look at adding a “run launcher” called “Rofi” and “hotkey daemon” called “sxhkd”. We’ll also create an “AutoStart” script, which will allow us to launch applications, scripts and systray applets when Awesome starts up.