Openbox: Quick Keyboard Shortcuts Internet Mail Run Command

Problem: If you want to work faster with your Openbox Desktop you should use Keyboard Shortcuts for often used Programs like Internet, Mail and Run Command box.

Solution:  edit as user $nano /home/user/.config/openbox/rc.xml insert

#Fullscreen CTRL+F11
<keybind key="C-F11">
<action name="ToggleFullscreen"/>
#RunCommand with gmrun on X CTRL+R
<keybind key="C-R">
<action name="Execute">
#Internet Key with chromium CTRL+I
<keybind key="C-i">
<action name="Execute">
#Internet Mail with icedove CTRL+M
<keybind key="C-M">
<action name="Execute">

save and relogin into openbox..enjoy economy working..

Remark: Its powerful on small Netbooks or Laptops cause you don’t need to use tricky Touchpads!

Debian Ubuntu: Openbox Lxpanel Bug „Abmeldebefehl ist nicht definiert“ „Logout command is not set“

Problem: If you install Openbox with lxpanel instead of LXDE and the User Profile is created after first logon, lxpanel config files are not created


Solution: Klick right with the Mouse on the lxpanel-settings, go tab advanced, set exit command =

 openbox --exit
, save and close

SME Server config by console

SME Server is controlled by a extra Runlevel 7 of Linux (Default Linux has 6 runlevel).

SME Server set the Runlevel 7 control with some database files located at /home/e-smith/db
to set your configuration you have to login with ssh (Putty) as root/admin
and enter:
#db configgroupname command dbfilename setting status
for example:
#db configuration show cpuspeed
SME Server answere to you:
to change the service to enabled enter:
#db configuration setprop cpuspeed status enabled
thats all…
db commands are:
db configuration show /to show config of Runlevel 7
db accounts show /to show user+system accounts
db hosts show /to show hosted domain names

to save you settings enter:
#signal-event console-save
play a little bit the db command and you learn to use it..