I darken its background colour
A customized Cygwin for Linux on Windows: Zsh, Bash, git and other Linux software, all pre-configured.
Can install other software provided by Cygwin.
My configuration specific to Babun is currently scattered throughout my git repository, just
findinall Babun (using my
TODO - tested and working, though my most recent Lubuntu experimentation has problems I'm still troubleshooting.
At best, my computer hangs when prompting for a password. I think this is related to the 4.4.14 kernel but have not confirmed this.
These instructions are a lot easier than they seem, and a smart and patient beginner will be able to follow them!
- These notes were made from instructions from Slackware "current", as of 2016-11-05, and have been tested on Slackware 14.2, and 14.2 32bit.
These notes were made on an everyday system with one hard drive which I completely formatted for this purpose.
- If you are a new user, it is strongly recommended that you remove all hard drive's your using and do this on a spare unused/empty drive.
This concept and these notes build a full-disk Slackware installation which also uses LVM. You can safely ignore the entire LVM post and just follow this one.
Todo - Tested, but I don't have notes up here yet.
This concept and these notes are entirely obsoleted by dm-crypt, if you want a complete encryption solution.
These notes were made from instructions from Slackware as of Slackware 14.2 64bit.
It's remarkably simple.
more coming later
startup > Software > Linux >
(comes with X windows)
A basic display manager, to let the user boot into a login screen.
It gets the job done. It lacks user-switching and poweroff/suspend functionality.
TODO - add my notes, and scripts
Provides a reasonable environment for working with git while trapped on Windows. A console window with Bash, various everyday linux console applications, and git.
I loved it, and used it regularly for sane scripting when trapped on Windows, via bash, as well as for git itself.
I replaced it with Cygwin/Babun.
Operating Systems >
An operating system of significant and historical renown, responsible for running most of the Internet.
Skippy-XD is a lightweight Exposé-like application switcher.
Oldschool music players >
https://github.com/EdSchouten/herrie (still mostly-gone as of 2016-03-31 - archive.org)
I don't know where I heard of this music player, but I had recently bookmarked it. I took a moment to check it out.
It failed my review.