#xbps-install -f util-linuxand
#update-gruband reboot solved it for me.
#pacman -S xdotoolAdd this line in the keyboard section of your ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml
#xbps-install lsof inotify-tools wgetIf this is OK, we can download it
$ wget https://github.com/IgnorantGuru/sandfox/raw/master/sandfoxThis gave me a file called sandfox
$sudo install sandfox /usr/bin/sandfoxIt should be executable ; if you encounter problems check this.
bind=/home/$user/sf_downloadNow you can create and start using the sandbox by doing:
$sudo sandfox firefoxAvoid having to give your root password each time you start sandfox:
paul ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/sandfox
#EDITOR=nano visudoand editing (nano commands: ctrl+o and enter to write and ctrl+x and enter to exit).
alias firefox='sudo sandfox firefox'
sudo void-installerSet system keyboard (us is below at the botton). Set up Network: it will show that it works. Hostname, I choose: paulvoid. Set your locale: I always choose en_Gb although I am Dutch. Choose Timezone: in my case Europe/Amsterdam. Give your root password twice.
#xbps-install -SyuWe install nano for easy shell editing for those of us who don't like/know vi:
#xbps-install nano(Nano basic commands: Ctr+o write and type enter;Ctr+x to exit an do enter)
#nano /etc/rc.confIt shows Juan, Voids main dev is from Spain (Madrid). I had to correct that again. Create timezone link:
#xbps-install xorg zip unzip p7zip alsa-utils gvfs udisks2 polkit-gnomeTime to create a user, my user name will be paul:
#useradd -m -g wheel -s /bin/bash paulGive our user password:
#passwd pauland give our new user password twice.
#groupadd networkmanagerI added myself to the groups audio,video, storage, optical. Adding me as user to a group like this:
#gpasswd -a paul audioTo check to which groups you as user belong do:
$ groups paul
#ln -s /etc/sc/dhcpcd /var/service/And
#ln -s /etc/sv/NetworkManager /var/service/Check active services:#cd /var/service and #ls
#xbps-install openbox dmenu xterm leafpad geany firefox volumeicon tint2 lxdm network-manager-applet nitrogen obconf lxappearance pcmanfm spacefm udevilSet up lxdm:
#nano /etc/lxdm/lxdm.confFor instance "autologin=paul" and "session=/usr/bin/openbox-session"
$cp /etc/skel/.xinitrc ~Note that we are now acting as user and not as root.
$nano ~/.xinitrcCopy more skel files:
Put in /.config/openbox/autostart$ mkdir -p ~/.config/openbox $ cp -R /etc/xdg/openbox/* ~/.config/openbox
nitrogen --restore &
volumeicon -b &
dbus-uuidgen > /var/lib/dbus/machine-idIf udevil is causing problems you might have to do:
#chmod -s /usr/bin/udevilAt last some additional applications:
#xbps-install smplayer vlc viewnior chromiumUse lxapperance and obconf to configure your Openbox set up.
# xbps-install void-repo-nonfree void-repo-multilib void-repo-multilib-nonfreeAfter that you can Install flashplugin:
Apparently is an hybryd between Archlinux and gentoo, rolling release, packages are compiled from source (or binaries can be downloaded), pkgsrc (void linux's ebuild) resemble strongly archlinux PKGBUILDs but have some features inspired by gentoo ebuild without the bloat.Wiki: https://github.com/voidlinux/documentation/wiki