[LAU] Freewheeling, keyboard

Norval Watson norv2001 at yahoo.com.au
Thu Aug 6 19:31:02 EDT 2009

----- Original Message ----

> From: Grammostola Rosea <rosea.grammostola at gmail.com>
> Danni Coy wrote:
> > hitting TAB once should take you to keyboard mode (testing with 0.6 
> > from xubuntu here)... however one of the first few times I tried it - 
> > it did lock up and not allow keyboard input at all
> > if escape does not close the application then this may be the case
> escape doesn't close the app. Nothing doesn't close the app, even ctr-c 
> in terminal not. I have to close the terminal to shut it down... So 
> there is a problem maybe...
> \r

This is an introduction to the config files
I wrote it to learn how to understand it myself ;)

When you close the terminal fw may still be running, try

ps aux |grep freewheeling 

in another terminal, you might have to

sudo killall -v freewheeling

to kill it completely.
(I think the process is called freewheeling, not fweelin, not sure)

I compiled my own fw v0.6.1 from source and it's running well on debian sid.
It seems like Danni has more experience with the packaged fweelin than me.
Might be an idea to purge fw and then reinstall a fresh copy.

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