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nerrufam Updated moonphase (#484)
Now accepts a date as argument, to know pom of a diff date.
Corrected some typos, and a logic error of mine 😄
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.local Updated moonphase (#484) Feb 16, 2020
.asoundrc Revert "move alsa config and add env variable" Jan 20, 2020
.profile lightdm fix Feb 8, 2020
.tmux.conf tmux bind for new window (#429) Feb 9, 2020
.xinitrc dbus activ moved to xprofile Feb 9, 2020
.xprofile dbus activ moved to xprofile Feb 9, 2020
.zprofile fix for dms Nov 26, 2019
LICENSE Create LICENSE Aug 2, 2018 Fix typo (#427) Dec 9, 2019

The Voidrice (Luke Smith's dotfiles)

These are the dotfiles deployed by LARBS and as seen on my YouTube channel.

  • Very useful scripts are in ~/.local/bin/
  • Settings for:
    • vim/nvim (text editor)
    • zsh (shell)
    • i3wm/i3-gaps (window manager)
    • i3blocks (status bar)
    • sxhkd (general key binder)
    • ranger (file manager)
    • lf (file manager)
    • mpd/ncmpcpp (music)
    • sxiv (image/gif viewer)
    • mpv (video player)
    • calcurse (calendar program)
    • tmux
    • other stuff like xdg default programs, inputrc and more, etc.
  • I try to minimize what's directly in ~ so:
    • All configs that can be in ~/.config/ are.
    • Some environmental variables have been set in ~/.zprofile to move configs into ~/.config/
  • Bookmarks in text files used by various scripts (like ~/.local/bin/shortcuts)
    • File bookmarks in ~/.config/files
    • Directory bookmarks in ~/.config/directories

Want even more?

My setup is pretty modular nowadays. I use several suckless programs that are meant to be configured and compiled by the user and I also have separate repos for some other things. Check out their links:

  • dwm (the window manager I usually use now which is fully compatible with this repo)
  • st (the terminal emulator assumed to be used by these dotfiles)
  • mutt-wizard (mw) - (a terminal-based email system that can store your mail offline without effort)

Install these dotfiles

Use LARBS to autoinstall everything:

curl -LO

or clone the repo files directly to your home directory and install the prerequisite programs or those required for the i3 setup.

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