Posts with the tag Linux:
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Hightlights Emacs(actually this article is called living inside emacs) the ultimate application(oprating system). Polybar highly customizable status bar. bspwm simple, minimal and easy to use and understand. Desktop Enviroment I have always had a love-hate relationship with these desktop environments. Sometimes I think they are the devil who makes your life more miserable(like messing with your locale, enviroment variables, etc…), but they are such eye candies and save you from endless configuration loop.
Solving gray-window problem with some WM in Jetbrains products Step 1 open /etc/profile.d/jre.sh, add: export _JAVA_AWT_WM_NONREPARENTING=1 Step 2 install wmname, a simple utility to name your WM. You may find this package in your distro's repository, or you can refer to this side. Step 3 After install wmname, open your ~/.
File systems, mount and fstab Introduction to file system If you are a windows user before(just like me), you might wonder why the file path on Linux is so different from that on windows. The questions as “Where are my drive C and drive D?” and
How to set locale in Arch Linux If you currently live outside of the English speaking countries, or you are learning a new language, chances are high that you might need to deal with another language interface on your system. Think about all the problems you might come across if you mess up your system locale.