creating keyboard shortcuts for sound

Aere Greenway Aere at
Fri May 17 16:58:46 UTC 2013

On 05/17/2013 07:44 AM, Jonathan Nadeau wrote:
> Hello list,
> I've gone to the openbox config file to set keyboard  shortcuts and 
> have created some. My question is how to I creat a shortcut to make 
> the volume go up and down. I know to put c up but i don't know the 
> command I need to put in hear for the volume. Any help is greatly 
> appreciated.

If, when you install Linux (and you encounter the choice about 
installing alongside Windows), you choose "Other" (manual partitioning), 
you can have your Windows partition (I'm thinking that's what you mean 
by "put c up") mounted in your Linux file-system at "/windows" (or some 
other mount point name of your choosing).

But be very careful you don't specify to have it formatted...  Just have 
it /mounted/, using its existing file-system type (NTFS)...

Then, in the file browser, you can simply have a bookmark to the 
partition, or bookmarks to folders within the partition.

You could also do manual editing of "/etc/fstab" to have the Windows 
partition mounted when your Linux system boots.


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