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I am trying to bind a command to run a script to some key in openbox WM.I did that with the following xml lines:
When I try to invoke the command using the key combination I so assigned, I get a pop-up with the error message:
/test.sh looks like:
I wish to be able to do more things obviously; it’s a test script. The script runs as expected from terminal. What might be the problem here?
When I right click on a file and select vim from upcoming tabs I get this error. Some files of vim should missing. In addition I’m able run vim from bash but can’t run from desktop.
Debian 9.8 stretch/xfce
1 Answer 1
you could try sudo apt-get install xterm, see this link:
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