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Old 29th July 2015
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Does your code above provide a GUI?
These are keybindings, and in the example given, if you hold the control key and press the up arrow, the audio volume on my system will increase. This is from my OpenBox window manager which uses <xml> syntax for the configuration settings. Other window managers use a different syntax - fluxbox uses plain text.

I think you are also not clear on "desktop OpenBSD". The base install for OpenBSD comes with fvwm, cwm and twm as window managers. If you just ran $ startx you will get fvwm which is the global default. If you set your own .xsession you can start twm or cwm.

If your "command line" days are behind you, OpenBSD may not be a good fit for you. Many of the configuration files are set via a terminal and a text editor.

Last edited by shep; 29th July 2015 at 02:53 AM.
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