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BBrun by Josh King <jking@dwave.net>  
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BBrun has only been tested on an Intel machine running Redhat 6.2 

Standard Disclaimer:
bbrun is to be used at your own risk. I will not be held responsible
for any damages this application may cause your system.

This program is distributed under the GNU Public Liscense which is included. 

Installation: 
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To install, type the following:

cd bbrun
make
make install

Default installation path is /usr/local/bin/

General Usage Information:
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bbrun can be run in normal mode where it creates an icon that sits in the slit
you can then click on the picture of the gear to make the text entry window
popup.  You can also run bbrun in withdrawn mode by specifying the -w flag.
This is ideal for use with the key shortcut program bbkeys since it  will jump
straight to the text entry screen.  bbrun also supports the 'escape' and 
'enter' keys for those of you who like to use the mouse as little as possbile. 

bbrun keeps a history of your most recent commands.  The history list is 
stored in the '.bbrun_history' file in your home directory.
If the file doesn't exist it is created automatically.

Also keep in mind that you need quotes when you specify arguements with spaces
in them.  eg. mpg123 '/mp3/Creed - Higher.mp3'