bug.n is a simple tool that was designed in order to provide you with an easy to use tiling window manager. The benefit of tiling window management is, that managed windows are not overlapping and the screen space is used to the maximum.
bug.n is completely controlled by keyboard; therefor you do not have to move and resize windows manually by mouse, but by hotkeys, which is done more easily and precisely.
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bug.n Crack Mac is a window manager specially suited for use with text only terminals (useful for remote connections). It is based on a tiling algorithm.
bug.n Crack Keygen is supported by more then 300 of regular terminal emulators (including xterm, screen and konsole).
bug.n uses the following key bindings:
Alt+# to move a window to the next column
Alt+$ to move a window to the next row
Alt+Up to maximize/restore/send the window to the top
Alt+Down to minimize/restore/send the window to the bottom
Alt+Left to rotate the current window 90° clockwise
Alt+Right to rotate the current window 90° counter-clockwise
bug.n Hints for key settings:
Before starting bug.n, some key settings must be set.
Bug.n wants to be able to choose the Ctrl key, if the Ctrl key is available on the keyboard. Bug.n was written, to be able to choose the Ctrl key instead of just Alt, if the Alt key is not available.
Bug.n needs keyboard input to work. If it can not read keyboard input (e.g. the keyboard is frozen), bug.n cannot continue with its functions.
How to set your keyboard (and mouse) to the settings of bug.n
For your convenience, bug.n comes with a config file, which you can edit. To set your keyboard to the settings of bug.n you need:
Save the file called “bug.n” into a directory called “~/.bug.n”.
Open your terminal emulator (the one you use to start bug.n).
In the terminal type “bug.n -h” (without the quotes) and press Enter.
The prompt should change to the following (the prompt means: wait a moment):
Running terminal: (xterm)
Bug.n Focuse: (none)
Edit Window: (none)
Input mode: (file)
Window State: (none)
Initial Focus: (none)
Keyboard (Ctrl): (none)
Mouse (Ctrl): (none)
Click on the text “Bug.n Focuse”. This text should change into:
bug.n Focuse: (none)
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+bug.n is a simple window manager for X Window System (X11) (i.e. Linux, OS/2, Windows, Solaris, FreeBSD, etc.), using Xlib and the GNU C Library (glibc).
+bug.n is suitable for use as a lightweight window manager (e.g. for a computer-monitor).
+bug.n is mainly designed for use by KDE.
+bug.n is currently best usable with a keyboard-only user interface (i.e. no mouse support).
+bug.n is able to handle up to 8 clients.
+bug.n is designed to give the user an easy to use interface, to open, close, change windows, minimize, maximize, focus and move windows.
+bug.n is very easy to setup.
+bug.n is not a replacement for kxdocker, it is a separate window manager.
+bug.n, as a window manager, only works on the graphics system of X11.
+bug.n, however, makes use of the native device drivers, which can in this case, be replaced by a third-party window manager.
+bug.n does not work on a graphical console.
+bug.n cannot be used as a Widget Toolkit.
+bug.n is partly based on the open-source project obconf.
+bug.n is written in C, the GNU C Library, Xlib and glibc, also can be built with other toolkits (Xaw, Xaw3d, Xt), with GNU CC, C++, Small C Compilers.
+bug.n can run in a window or as a daemon. (X11R6/7)
+bug.n is completely free software. (GPLv2)
If you download the code (svn download you will find the README file with an extensive description. If you are interested for more information you should read it.
The documentation of bug.n is the Bug-Viewer in the source-code. It is a tool to manage and view bug-reports (e.g. bug-reports in Debian).
bug.n is distributed with an Auto-Patch script, which can also be used to update bug.n. (
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bug.n is a lightweight tiling window manager. It can fit any available space within the screen. And configured by keyboard only.
* Keyboard configurability
* Window placement
* Background image support
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Bug.n is a tiling window manager. That means that the current active window is always the maximum possible size. This is possible because the windows are divided into a grid. When a new window is opened the grid is compared to the grid from the previous window, only the difference is taken, so that a fresh new window will fit perfectly. And the windows can be moved between the rows and columns of the grid. This works in all directions. To the south, to the east, to the west, to the north, and to the center.
Bug.n is completely controlled by keyboard; therefor you do not have to move and resize windows manually by mouse, but by hotkeys, which is done more easily and precisely.
* Keyboard Configurability
OS: Windows 7 (32-bit), Windows 8/8.1 (32-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3-530, Intel Core i5-540, Intel Core i5-760, Intel Core i7-870, AMD Phenom II X4 940, AMD A10-7870K
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 22 GB available space
Video Card: NVidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7770