dwm-start man page

dwm-start — dwm reconfiguration helper script

Description

dwm-start is a helper script for running and reconfiguring dwm if neccessarry. It's the preferred way of starting dwm in Fedora.

Running dwm-start starts the Fedora build by default. If you wish to customize your configuration, put the dwm config header file to $HOME/.dwm/config.h and adjust it according to your needs. The official Fedora configuration file might be a useful template. See the Files section of this manual.

Every time the user configuration file has changed or new patches have been added, dwm-start will rebuild the user dwm binary prior to its execution.

Files

$HOME/.dwm
    - User dwm directory
$HOME/.dwm/config.h
    - User dwm configuration
$HOME/.dwm/patches
    - Optional patches to apply
/usr/src/dwm-user-6.1-3.fc26
    - dwm sources
/usr/src/dwm-6.1-3.fc26/config.def.h
    - Fedora build configuration

See Also

dwm(1)

Bugs

Report bugs to Red Hat Bugzilla, http://bugzilla.redhat.com/

Author

Written by Petr Šabata <contyk@redhat.com>, 2010-2014.

Referenced By

dwm(1).

dwm-start-6.1-3.fc26