~thrill_seeker/.files

Personal dotfiles
Change some more options
Update several configurations
Add cron setup script

clone

read-only
https://git.sr.ht/~thrill_seeker/.files
read/write
git@git.sr.ht:~thrill_seeker/.files

You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

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This is my personal repository for managing dotfiles in Debian.

#Framework

This is my main personal software framework:

  • bash: Shell
  • dunst: Notification daemon
  • feh: Image viewer
  • git: Version control
  • gpg: Personal encryption tool
  • i3: Window manager
  • khal: Calendar manager
  • khard: Contact manager
  • mpv: Video Player
  • mutt: Email client
  • newsboat: Text based RSS reader
  • pass: Password manager
  • pms: Music player
  • polybar: Status bar
  • python: General-purpose software
  • qutebrowser: X web browser
  • R: Statistical software
  • rofi: Application launcher
  • screen: Program manager
  • toot: Mastodon client
  • vim: Text editor
  • xterm: Terminal emulator
  • w3m: Text web browser
  • zathura: PDF viewer

#Setup

In order to set up dotfiles properly, the setup.sh script should be run, which uses GNU stow under the hood.