PWM Copyright (c) Tuomo Valkonen 1999-2000. <email@example.com> <http://www.students.tut.fi/~tuomov/pwm/> BUILDING AND INSTALLING You will need a C-compiler, gnu make :-(, BSD-compatible install and an editor. 1. Edit system.mk to suit your system. If heavy modifications are required, you might want to save the file somewhere for future use (and hope that I don't change the makefile-system...). 2. If you want to customize pwm above what is possible with pwm.conf, edit config.h (this step is optional) 3. make depend && make. Note that 'make' here refers to gnu make which is usually named 'gmake' on systems with their own version of make. 4. make install (not required if you manually setup configuration files). If you are using gnome or whatever that creature is called, there is also 'install-gnome' target that should install the file PWM.desktop somewhere. This does not mean PWM is gnome compliant. It isn't and will not be, at least not before there is a common standard with KDE. Disclaimer: I am pretty indifferent about these DE's and this desktop-file is just a contribution I decided to include. NOTICE: PWM WILL NOT WORK WITHOUT A PROPER CONFIGURATION FILE! Without a configuration file no keys or mouse buttons will be bound to any actions and you will get a black and white color scheme. Either personal ~/.pwm/pwm.conf or system-wide $(PREFIX)/etc/pwm/pwm.conf must exist unless another specified on the command line. $(PREFIX) is the path where you told to install PWM in the Makefile and the default setting is /usr/local. CONFIGURATION Have a look at config.txt and the default configuration files.