>>>/gd/201780 [ Part I ]
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https://github.com/install-logos/rice/wiki/logos-ricing-guideline [ WiP ]
i3 is primarily keybind-based. You'll have to memorize a lot of keybinds to interact with stuff. Luckily, you can configure it to basically use whatever keybinds for whatever task you want.
Dev here, please note: THIS WILL BE THE LAST ISO TO BE RELEASED UNTIL RICEDB IS COMPLETED.
We have authored the v0.3.0 ISO to attract attention and hopefully recruit more developers as well as provide /g/ with a functioning demo. Our primary focus has shifted to development on the RiceDB which we believe is a much more unique and useful thing to devote our effort on than a prericed-rebranded Linux distro. Once RiceDB has passed the preliminary stages of development we will resume development of Lo/g/os, which will be designed as a distro to utilize and display RiceDB's power as a rice manager. Feel free to ask any questions or hop by the gitter, we will try to answer any questions/address concerns.
I'll be using this instead of Knoppix from now on. Thanks, /g/!
If you actually want to help development though you should join Gitter. The IRC is being used for off topic and to get some help with stuff since the Gitter currently is dead as everyone has gone to sleep.
Ive never used a tiling windows manager before but i have a question, what happens if you need to open a bunch of windows?
On windows i just use some virtual desktops and KDE and cinnamon and unity have these too.
Read the github. But to sum it up it's a configuration file manager that will make it easy to download and swap out configurations for any program. It will also enable users to easily package and upload their own rices to a database from which any other user of the DB can pull that rice and use it.
It is pretty similar, but you would need to do the theming. Currently lo/g/os is not very much of an OS in its own right -- you are only missing out on some configs and the screenfetch.
Yeah. Actually, this is starting to look like throttling to me. I'm currently at my Uni.
Almost nothing. Just simple rebranding and a few configs. That's why we're developing riceDB. We want to offer something genuinely unique and interesting, and Lo/g/os will eventually be used to showcase it's power/functionality.
But people have already done things like that, e.g. jiyuu and tidos. Both failed and had no significant impact on the community. We want to make riceDB something that basically anyone on /g/ or in general will be able to use.
are the screenshots on the main site what we see with a fresh install? i'm waiting on my new thinkpad to get here and think i might go with lo/g/os.
currently on a riced out ubuntu+i3.
>>47057155Arch Linux (or Arch /ˈɑrtʃ/) is a Linux distribution for i686 and x86-64 computers. It is composed predominantly of free and open-source software, and supports community involvement.
It is NOT a full OS, it's the equivalent of a liveCD right now. You should not use it as an OS, but rather treat it as a preview. In addition, the screenshots are from a fresh install. No packages or configs were changed prior to taking those screenshots.
How are you in the the OS, a vm, actuall boot?
If you open a file a browser, like ranger you can type
>: set show_hidden true
and in the home folder there should be a file called .i3. In that there will be a file called conf, and you can edit the line where it should say
>### urxvt keybind
>bindsym $mod+Return exec --no-startup-id urxvt
This should be changed to
>bindsym $mod+Return exec i3-sensible-terminal
That sounds strange indeed.
What are you running it in? Is it a vm, or another computer?
You may be able to open the config file from another locaion, and edit it manually.
When my arch computer with i3 does what it sounds like yours is doing, I have had to wither wait a long period, or reboot. Of course, I generally have only locked up i3, not been stuck.
It's configured properly.