~paemuri/dotfiles

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Replace stig with transg-tui
3472d2cb — Rafael Escobar 2 months ago
Add Thunderbird as email reader
99e9648a — Rafael Escobar 2 months ago
Add pipewire?

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#paemuri's dotfiles

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#About

This are my configuration files for my personal notebook running Arch Linux.

#Ideas

  1. If possible (and not too cumbersome), try to write down as much definitions/configurations as possible. Updates can change the default values and that is a pain in the ass.
  2. Follow XDG directories whenever it's possible. It's way more organized than leaving multiple hidden files at $HOME.
  3. All scripts should POSIX compliant and its shebang shouldn't call Bash, Zsh, or anything besides plain old /bin/sh. Expection: Bash's configuration scripts or anything that demands another language.

#Folders

  • config/: programs configurations
  • local/bin/: personal executables
  • local/share/applications/: personal .desktop files
  • local/share/packages/: lists of used Arch packages

#Things that I use

  • Bash: shell
  • NeoVim: terminal editor
  • Firefox: browser
  • foot: lightweight Wayland terminal
  • River: Wayland compositor / window manager
  • Yambar: Wayland panel with River integration
  • Mako: Wayland notification daemon
  • waylock: simple Wayland locker
  • Bemenu: Wayland application menu and program runner
  • imv: Wayland image viewer
  • lf-sixel: terminal file manager, lf fork to work with images
  • Evince: PDF reader
  • mpv: video player
  • wbg: Wayland background

#Bootstrap

Simply run ./bootstrap -i.

#License

This project code is in the public domain. See the LICENSE file.

Exceptions may contain specific licenses inside the files.

#Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you shall be in the public domain, without any additional terms or conditions.