Using dmenu with Openbox

I’ve already talked about using less RAM with Ubuntu and how openbox is an awesome lightweight window manager – capable of replacing heavy desktop environments like KDE and GNOME. Here’s another way to save some RAM while using openbox. I previously used a program called Kupfer to quickly open other programs that I use often. A quick ctrl+space would open Kupfer’s […]

Search for a Program with the Command Line

You might want to search for a program to install with the command line because you’re on a server without a GUI or because you hate Ubuntu’s software center (like me). To search for an application in any debian-based distro’s repositories, use this command: apt-cache search <searchterm> This will return any program related to “searchterm”, […]