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  1. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    In my case, with a lot of luck and outside help. As usual, the Arch Wiki has the answer https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Archiso In ArchLabs case we have a very skilled dev who looks after our...

    In my case, with a lot of luck and outside help.

    As usual, the Arch Wiki has the answer
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Archiso

    In ArchLabs case we have a very skilled dev who looks after our ISO. I have very little input these days

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  2. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    You would not believe how long I have tried to spend with emacs/vim trying to lock in those keybinds.......countless.

    LOL, I didn't... until I did :P

    You would not believe how long I have tried to spend with emacs/vim trying to lock in those keybinds.......countless.

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  3. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    We try our best :D Though we are nothing like what #! product wise we are trying to create a decent community. I don't have the brain capacity for that.

    It really really was :) Thanks for keeping the dream alive!

    We try our best :D Though we are nothing like what #! product wise we are trying to create a decent community.

    just wanna run Emacs nowadays anyway

    I don't have the brain capacity for that.

    1 vote
  4. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    Happy to help. Hopefully we might see you over at the AL forum :)

    Happy to help. Hopefully we might see you over at the AL forum :)

    2 votes
  5. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    I am not ashamed to admit this but I have no idea how to use a VM I just install something I want to test on my laptop. My main PC is my desktop. We only supply a systemd option. Funny, the older...

    I am not ashamed to admit this but I have no idea how to use a VM I just install something I want to test on my laptop. My main PC is my desktop.

    We only supply a systemd option. Funny, the older I get the less I care about Runnit or OpenRC :D

    I think I remember your username. That was a great forum and distro.

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  6. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    Glad you enjoyed it :D twm's are the best.

    Glad you enjoyed it :D

    twm's are the best.

    1 vote
  7. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    Our installer and the fact that, as @knocklessmonster mentioned, we are basically a vanilla Arch. Openbox is preconfigured but everything else we provide in the installer is pretty much stock...

    Our installer and the fact that, as @knocklessmonster mentioned, we are basically a vanilla Arch. Openbox is preconfigured but everything else we provide in the installer is pretty much stock standard.

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  9. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    Thanks! #! is definitely the GrandPop of ArchLabs. I miss it everyday :D Yeah theming is very simple. Adwaita-Dark is the default and our own spin on the Papirus Icons (which by the way are well...

    Thanks!

    #! is definitely the GrandPop of ArchLabs. I miss it everyday :D

    Yeah theming is very simple. Adwaita-Dark is the default and our own spin on the Papirus Icons (which by the way are well over due for an update, the AL version that is).

    3 votes
  10. Comment on ArchLabs 2021.05.02 Release in ~comp

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    I don't often post here but I thought I would make a post regarding the release of the new ArchLabs ISO. If you are interested, please download and take a look. Enjoy!

    I don't often post here but I thought I would make a post regarding the release of the new ArchLabs ISO.

    If you are interested, please download and take a look.

    Enjoy!

    4 votes
  11. Comment on What's something that took you a long time to like? in ~talk

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    Olives. I hated them as a kid. As an adult I love them. I can't get enough of them.

    Olives. I hated them as a kid. As an adult I love them. I can't get enough of them.

    4 votes
  12. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    Hmmm, maybe I should look into it further.

    Hmmm, maybe I should look into it further.

    1 vote
  13. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    3.26 on Arch. I didn't bother looking into it to be honest, I just went back to pulseaudio.

    3.26 on Arch. I didn't bother looking into it to be honest, I just went back to pulseaudio.

    1 vote
  14. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    How have you found pipewire? I installed the other day and have had a constant barrage of stuttering audio.

    How have you found pipewire? I installed the other day and have had a constant barrage of stuttering audio.

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  15. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    Nice, I never really clicked with bspwm. I just stuck with i3 until I got the hang of dwm.

    Nice, I never really clicked with bspwm. I just stuck with i3 until I got the hang of dwm.

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  17. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    It took me a few years to get on to dwm. Initially, I didn't like having to compile every time I made a change and I took forever to understand how the tags (workspaces) work. Now, I wouldn't go...

    It took me a few years to get on to dwm.

    Initially, I didn't like having to compile every time I made a change and I took forever to understand how the tags (workspaces) work. Now, I wouldn't go back to anything else unless I absolutely had to.

  18. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

  19. Comment on Share your linux desktop/setup in ~comp

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    There is very little to look at visually. I don't use a bar and everything is rather basic looking. My Suckless configs are here. My main, everyday use dwm configs are extended from this original...

    There is very little to look at visually. I don't use a bar and everything is rather basic looking. My Suckless configs are here. My main, everyday use dwm configs are extended from this original config. I have a completely custom version of dwm that uses polybar that I built myself after many days of manually patching dwm, that config can be found in the dwm-polybar folder in my repo linked above.

    Everything else I have "borrowed" and configured to suit myself.

    Here are some screenshots:
    normal desktop, a few terminals with some obligatory unixporn offerings, Qutebrowser and Thunar and finally the desktop with the bars I normally have hidden.

    3 votes