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Well, here we go again. I'm tired of unautomated shit, so this is my repository where all the system profiles and their configuration procedures are stored in.

I'm kind of an Arch Linux and an i3 fanboy, so you gotta deal with it.

All profiles here have the shared idea of incrementally configuring stuff, so the setup procedures can be used in partial, too.

If you have made changes and want to go back to OEM state, just run bash profiles/<hostname>.sh again. That's the idea.

I also use a synergy multi-head setup where my Thinkpad is the client to either nuccy or weep whereas both of my desktop machines are airgapped and LUKS-encrypted on purpose.

Profiles

Intel NUC Home Server (homeserver)

Profile: ./profiles/homeserver.sh

  • OEM Intel EFI
  • Arch Linux
  • Intel HD5000

AMD Ryzen 7840HS (ryzzy)

Profile: ./profiles/ryzzy.sh

  • OEM EFI
  • Arch Linux and i3
  • Barrier Server (right of tinky, left of nuccy)
  • Monitor 1 (BenQ 24" HDMI 1920x1080)
  • Monitor 2 (BenQ 24" HDMI 1920x1080)
  • Radeon 780M
  • Lenovo Thinkpad USB Keyboard US Layout (03X8715)
  • Vertical Mouse (CSL 26069)

Intel NUC Build/Stream Server (nuccy)

Profile: ./profiles/nuccy.sh

  • OEM Intel EFI
  • Arch Linux and i3
  • Barrier Client (right of ryzzy)
  • Monitor 1 (BenQ 24" DisplayPort 1920x1080)
  • Monitor 2 (BenQ 24" DisplayPort 1920x1080)
  • Intel HD4000
  • (optional) Analog Audio Interface (Scarlet 2i2 USB) with Behringer C-3 microphone
  • (optional) Analog Audio Headphones (AKG HD242)

Thinkpad (tinky)

Profile: ./profiles/tinky.sh

  • coreboot (or patched SeaBIOS 4.7)
  • Arch Linux and i3
  • Barrier Client (left of weep, right of nuccy)
  • Monitor 1 (Internal 1440x900)
  • Intel HD4000 and GT730M
  • Lenovo Thinkpad Keyboard (US Layout)
  • (optional) Bluetooth Audio Headphones (Cowin E8)

Tower AI/ML Server (weepy)

Profile: ./profiles/weep.sh

  • coreboot
  • Arch Linux and i3
  • 4x Radeon RX580 64GB (256GB VRAM memory)
  • Webcam (Logitech C920)

Usage

The profiles are all available in ./profiles.

If you want a custom username or email address, use the optional export flow described here:

# Optionally set username and email
export USER="cookiengineer";
export EMAIL="cookiengineer@hahayougetspam.com";

# Required for AUR packages
sudo pacman -S base-devel;

# Look ma, no sudo!
bash ./profiles/nuccy.sh;

Important Notes

  • The id_rsa.pub file is automatically generated when the openssh software is synchronized.
  • The convention for the git repository paths is ~/Software/${orga_or_user}/${repo}.
  • There will be an instruction asking you to add the ssh key to GitHub, GitLab and Jarvis. If this isn't confirmed, it won't clone/update the repositories in ~/Software/**.

Debugging

The installation procedure can also be followed through step-by-step using the wizard.sh script.

# Shows further install help
./wizard.sh install;

# Install software
./wizard.sh install software nodejs;

# Install AUR software
./wizard.sh install software-aur ungoogled-chromium-bin;

# Install own software (from this repository)
./wizard.sh install software-own auto-sleep;

Notes

Available Profiles:

Folder Structure:

Notes / Pulseaudio

  • Use sink name identifiers via pulse:$name inside the .config/i3status/config file.
  • List available sinks via pacmd list-sinks | grep -e "name:". The output has a leading < and trailing > character.
  • Set default sink in /etc/pulse/default.pa via set-default-sink $name (without <, without >).

License

Cookie Engineer's Dotfiles are released under the WTFPL 2.0.

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