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README.md

thor's dotfiles

Messy dotfiles for a messy user

These dotfiles are managed using rcm, but may also be managed using YADM.

Usage

I recommend that you either cherry-pick or fork the repository as a whole.

The first setup is done as follows:

$ git clone git@github.com:thor/dotfiles.git ~/.dotfiles
$ RCRC=~/.dotfiles/rcrc rcup

After that...

~ $ rcup

~/.config

Here be dragons
— Abraham Lincoln

  • kitty/
    Configuration files for my current choice terminal emulator.
  • termite/
    Configuration files for my former choice of terminal emulator.

~/.local/bin

  • set-volume.sh
    Increase, decrease and toggle mute of volume.

  • i3-lock
    Locks my screen in not-too-much-time, but also reduces DPMS.

  • i3-lock-on-suspend.sh
    Locks my screen on suspend, which is neat. However, I have yet to fully understand how it works, but it's pretty cool. Lesson for later!

  • mmonitors.sh
    Really what should be named i3-bars.sh. Simple, manual, and rarely changed monitor management.

  • rofi-lpass
    Someone, somewhere, made a little thing for querying lpass via rofi.

Notes

You could even, though not naturally, use GNU stow if you'd like to manage the dotfiles through this repository.

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