I finally have my Toshiba NB300 #netbook set up the same as my newer laptop. When the kids get home this weekend I'll set them up users and they can learn how to navigate #i3.
I have already showed them on mine and they seemed ok with it. Their main question was "will we have to wait as much?" 😁
It's now much snappier and boots way faster than with Xubuntu.
Oh, and don't worry; the urxvt only gets used for updating at that transparency, it's not very usable 😆
You ever think about people you meet here, and how you find out they write books or play instruments or bake or make pottery or paint or speak multiple languages or write code or fix cars or make clothes or grow flowers or play baseball or train dogs or design graphics or mountain bike or teach nutrition or knit or build furniture or draw, and you can't believe you get to talk to these talented humans? Know what I mean?
@brad Here's what I have so far, terminal colours set with pywal but I'l find something nice and put it in .Xresources instead of my teal and magenta "cyber" colour scheme lol.
I severely reduced the stuff displayed from what it does by default. I don't need the date or network displayed, nor time remaining on battery.
Also attached is how it was.
We just received a generous donation from the Pleroma Foundation, which brought us above and beyond our Proof of Concept goal on Open Collective!
Thank you so much!
Open Collective What?
So now I've booted back into #VoidLinux and done an update already.
I'd like to say Linux updates fast because I do it most days (rolling release), but if I'm on Windows and check for updates every day it still takes a few hours each time.
What a horseshit cobbled together OS.