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> Forces an ugly ass top bar that has zero function besides a clock and systemtray
> Completely removes systemtray support
How fucking retarded are the GNOME devs exactly? They remove all the usability yet make everything so fuckig HUGE there would be more than enough space for removed features.
>gnome is run by some retarded feminists
Use xfce dude. Get over gnome kde and the rest of the bloatware that breaks more often than it works.
If you are a hc gnome fun go for MATE.
If you want a more userfriendly DE get cinnamon.
Gnome and kde are broken.
I am not using GNOME. Their retarded decisions and other shit just trigger me. I have no respect for anyone getting cucked by the devs and still using it.
I'm actually using KDE (switched from Xfce) myself as it's quite stable now. Sure its bloated but I consider that a plus.
>complaining about free and gratis stuff you don't even use yourself
>gnome is run by some retarded feminists
>Gnome and kde are broken.
>being disrespectful about other peoples de choices
GNOME has such a fucking retarded layout, people need to call it out, file bug reports, email the devs etc.
Why can't they at least add a few themes to the default install so that it doesn't look so shit?
I heard KDE was better on a technical level anyway.
Why do you fags even bother with any other DE?
We aren't in the 70s anymore, but somehow in a time where beginners ask which lightweigh DE to choose that doesn't come with "bloat". People eat each others faces about memory usage like we're all running our DEs on a GameBoy and not even 10% really understand how Linux manages memory anyway. The truth is, any DE runs fine on any little toaster. All this memory usage/bloat/lightweight babble belongs to >>>/trash/.
I just installed manjaro xfce is there any way to make it not look like shit?
I've been using debian and linux since etch was testing, i've used anything from kde 3, gnome 2, lxde, xfce the last almost 12 years.
Oss, just because it's free it doesn't mean we cannot criticize it. Just because it is oss doesn't me it is good, just because you use it, doesn't mean I haven't... Or just because I prefer something, isn't because I haven't used anything else.
There is a reason why rhel,debian and other serious distros avoided kde and gnome quite a few times... Debian has decided 3 or 4 times iirc to remove kde from their default DE because it caused more problems than it solved.
Kde's dev has been steered by the various conpanies that bought trolltech in the last 10 years, the kde sc hasn't had a clear goal...ever, just tried to modernise everything, breaking libraries and programs over and over again.
Gnome falls in the same category. Gnome was backed by redhat for the obvious reason of being lightweight and because it worked. Gnome 3, plus a feminist who spent the foundations money on feminist things, forced ppl to fork gnome 2 and make the glorious MATE, which also got backed from redhat because it works and it doesn't break things.
Xfce otoh follows a slow upgrade path, a few years ago(5 actually) it was nothing more than a bit better than lxde but very lightweight. The version 4.12 made it much more of a modern de by introducing the great new features...e.g. Intelligent hidding which makes it perfect for laptop screens.
Xfce is not complete though, thunar is useless... I use xfce with nemo, cinnamon's file manager. Xfce's window manager got even better, i used to run xfce with kwin but since the 2015 and the switch of kde to a more wayland friendly library, kwin causes problems outside of kde's sandbox.
Going back to kde... What happened to reqonk? Dolphin appeared out of nowhere and what's the purpose of konqueror after that? Who thought that it was great to downgrade konqueror to just a semi-web browser along with rekonq... 1/2
2/2... Why the fuck did e.u. fund the monstrous nepomuk? Who the fuck in kde decided thst it is a good idea to bloat kde with a bot that indexed all types of things for no reason? Why my machine when idling would start to behave as if it has windows? Sure I can disable this, and the next thing, and the next one and in the end why don't i start writing my own kde from scratch? Who the fuck thought that kde should have an only option of getting integration with nm? Who decided that kde can disable my cpu's profile and let kde decide what speed(freq) I want? Why did they removed the option of choosing power options?
Do you want more than that? Guess what...it's easier to run xfce or a similar de and istead of avoiding bad features or disabling them, you write your own scripts to do the work you want.
I feel sorry that kde went from a clean full featured de to an overbloated system hoaging system trying to attract windows and macos hipsters with their shinny design.
Bloat is not synonimous to "can't run on a toaster".
Bloat is something that overengineering it makes it break and break and fixing it is impossible.
My latest (last year)experience with kde is the same as it was with the first previous of kde 4... Somehow something went wrong and everything started misrendering, artifacts on the backround, nm applet refused to work.
Kde is bloated.
>watching memory usage on linux
You are not on windows, get over it.
Linux manages memory usage in order to offer the best performance, it's not like windows, this needs 30mb ram, gib 32mb ram.
Yes if you're lucky enough to have compatible hardware, otherwise: kernel panic.
>comparing different distributions
>comparing completely different setups
That benchmark is retarded, just like the idiots who believe it.
First of all, that's not how you measure it. You install all of them on the same base. That way you have just the environments and not the different programs that each distribution has running in the background.
Secondly, normal people don't care about RAM usage. The difference between the lowest and highest is negligible and your RAM is there to be used.
Having an issue/question with raid rebuilding, its been 9 years since i built this computer and ive sort of fallen out of time with tech.
One of the drives threw out smart errors and then died a day later, i just got the replacement drives in now.I removed the faulty drive but now the raid is saying an unrelated disk is degraded, but for some reason it was not part of any array that i setup,that it was part of previously .So i went in and set it to rebuild, but its a raid 5 array and currently only has 4 drives in the array while rebuilding with the newly degraded drive.What im unsure about is how its going to rebuild a raid-5 array with only 4 drives.Neither of the replacement drives are connected to the computer. What caused a drive to jump off of its array and be undelegated. And if i do this rebuild, im still going to have to rebuild with the new drive so the array is actually full? Right?
I'm about to set up a dual boot Debian and an existing Win10 (muh gayming etc). I have a 250 GB SSD and a 1TB HDD for data. Do you think giving 90 GB to Debian and leaving 150 GB for Windows is a good setup? Is it too little for a Debian workstation?
>not touch typing at this age in this current year
Thanks, I guess being a Win10 user where the clean OS alone eats up ~40 GB takes a toll on your brain
Side note: is it difficult to resize the partitions without data loss if need be later?
>The setup is performed for a UEFI system
Are they just saying that their particular walkthrough uses UEFI, and that I could adapt it to work with BIOS?
Why is it that /g/ is not completely pro-libre and contra-proprietary software?
Was there ever a point in time where this board was more like the old hacker culture (in the old sense of the word)?
It's just the new way to be edgy.
Basically some people get it in their head that it's "more free" to also allow proprietary software. But ironically they have no idea what their own side of the argument entails, because a true adherence to their own principles would also prevent them from fighting the free software movement.
neo /g/ consists of normalfags who want to talk about normal things like proprietary software; we are basically jobless neckbeards, only good for rating a build, helping to choose a graphic card and freetard-trolling. Everything other than tech support on /g/ is tech-satire.
Im an idiot and my new kernel is failing to boot. I dont feel like combing through the config again, is there a way to have the kernel dump to a log file in /boot as its starting up? Rootfs is encrypted, and its failing before luks is unlocked.
what's a good distro if i don't need a GUI and don't want systemd? also, how can i disable the graphical environment on debian? this is in a virtual machine and i literally only need to do command line stuff
>I am a lazy person, which is why I like open source, for other people to do work for me.
>I am a lazy person, which is why I love free software, for other people to do work for me
I'm drawing a blank on distros that don't have systemd and don't have a command line only install option. Devuan would be the obvious choice if it's not too out of date.
> how can i disable the graphical environment on debian?
Maybe you should reconsider your fitness to have strong opinions about systemd.
Anyone here using alsa alone with multiple sound cards / devices? I want my ThinkPad, when docked, to use my usb audio, and when not docked, to still have audio. Currently I got the usb audio working, but it doesn't have sound when undocked.
This is what's in my /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.confoptions snd_usb_audio index=-1
options snd_hda_intel index=-
What change should I make? Or should I be using a different approach.
Having some issues with dual monitors and xrandr. Just using intel graphics so I don't have any other options for configuring it. I'm kind of used to using nvidia-settings. I had a saved .sh file with the xrandr command that set it up how I liked, but it just doesn't work anymore for some reason. I've tried manually running various short commands, but no matter what I try, my two monitors plugged into my docked laptop just keep mirroring. I don't even see any mirroring-related options in xrandr, so not sure why it would ever default to this. I include setting one of them as primary, which should disable the mirroring, but doesn't.
Here's what I'm running:xrandr --output LVDS1 --off --output HDMI2 --primary --mode 1920x1200 --rotate normal --output VGA1 --left-of HDMI2 --mode 1920x1200 --rotate left
and if I try to do it in arandr, it puts the two displays back to where there were (on top of each other instead of next to each other with one rotated) after I hit apply.
I've had a few reboots since this stopped working. No luck. What should I check to troubleshoot this?
Alpine isn't made to be used so much as made to be built up to bare minimum functionality and then sealed off in a container.
Unless you get off on logging in as root a lot and installing man pages separately for every program.
>bare minimum functionality
Alpine is suitable to be used as a daily driver and as a server os.Its minimum base install(less then 20mb) makes it ideal for various situations.
Its no different then any other distro,other then being lightweight
>What's a daily driver?
An operating system which has the functionality to be a desktop which is used daily to do your workflow/entertainment(Debian,Arch,Alpine,Gentoo)
>What's a server OS?
A server os is an operating system that is used on a production level. Server OS's pride stability over functionality.(RHEL,CentOS)
>An operating system which has the functionality to be a desktop which is used daily to do your workflow
So any Linux distribution.
>A server os is an operating system that is used on a production level
>defining a buzzword with a buzzword
So, any Linux distribution.
Between the LTS and non-LTS releases of ?buntu, is it to be understood as stable and unstable versions respectively? Or is it simply the amount of time that bugfixes are offered for the respective release, regardless of the quality of the initial offering?
Want to install a non-LTS version due to the latest kernel, but the possibility of constantly encountering bugs worries me.
As far as I know you will need to modify your fstab to reflect the change and if you're also relocating /boot you will need to reinstall grub
There might be other things but you need to do those for sure.
>whats a daily driver
something you (can) use everyday feasibly
>whats a server os
a shitty term for an os that ships without graphical interface, with emphasis on stability/security over being constantly up to date
although in this instance it just means the os a server runs.
yes you can load puppy or anything with working dd (or rsync)
ignore complaints about size difference and dont copy the partition table (repartition)
lts could be seen as more stable but yeah, really its just the length of time it will continue to receive security updates and fixes
>any linux distro can become like any other distro
truly shocking information anon
Just did a fresh install on a refurbished Optiplex 790 (re: integrated Intel graphics). For some reason it won't let me have a display over 1024x800 even though the monitor I'm using supports larger resolutions (and I've used those larger resolutions on another machine with a 760ti, which I was able to get by using proprietary norveau drivers).
Anyway, I think the problem has to do with the graphics drivers but I don't know since all the information I have tells me they are fully updated. I don't have any sort of graphics control setup (like amd catalyst or nvidia control panel) though and it leaves me wondering. Any ideas?
What's a good lightweight gnu distro suitable for daily use?
(I plan on using the linux kernel with it.)
It's deeply integrated with a lot of things. I don't really think it's worth it. Better to just use a distro without systemd in the first place.
I really enjoy Arch, and I used to like Debian, so it bothers me to discredit those distros, but systemd is something we should take seriously. Void is a pretty good alternative to Arch. It's a bit rough around the edges, so maybe not a good Debian alternative. For Debian users, maybe PCLinuxOS would be okay. There's also Artix, but I haven't used it.
that doesnt make them bad distros
gentoo uses systemd too, if you want it
pedantic shitters out
try removing systemd from debian, enjoy having to find/compile alternatives to major packages
arch is a little easier but still shit
removing systemd is a lot of work, and you'll be far better off with a distro designed without systemd than one with systemd hacked out
That may work in your brain, but in reality it doesn't work. Systemd is deeply connected with certain other programs which depend on it. When you remove systemd, you break your system.
You were saying?
>just a hobby, won't be big and professional like gnu
Call RedHat and SuSE and tell them to stop selling a hobby system.
Fucking retard. Just because the author had an intention doesn't mean I can't do as I please.
>NO U ,YOU CANT REMOVE SYSTEMD ,IT IS UNPOSSIBLE
>clearly it isnt,and it is easily accomplished here is how you do it on various distros
>WELL NO UNPOSSIBLE *cognitive dissonance noises* NO CANT NOOOOOOO
So I'm installing gentoo again. My motherboard says both BIOS and UEFI
I think the problem was that it's a mixture instead of one or the other? I configured the initial boot for UEFI and it fails to load.
It's officially called UEFI BIOS.
I assume that it still boots through bios or how does that work?
The motherboard is 970a-g46.
>Most days I wake up thinking I'm the luckiest bastard alive.
I've only used linux/unix at school before and I knew nothing about what I was using, only how to use it. I'm planning to VM on the home machine for a more comfortable experience, but I'm kind of lost on what I should be trying out.
I plan to use emacs for coding in c and systemverilog. And I plan to use the terminal for pretty much everything, but I do want a gui so that I can have multiple emacs open in different sizes. Might look into grabbing ModelSim, but I probably won't bother attempting to find cadence's virtuoso/spectre. I don't see myself doing much beyond that.
Should I expect to have to install emacs or gcc/gdb myself, or is stuff like that considered standard?
I'm having trouble installing Void, how can I give permission?
Is there a way to have a custom gcc-config for a specific package? Like for example if I wanted app-emulation/wine-staging to be emerged with a specific gcc config? Is manually toggling it the only way?
I didn't even reply to you, twit.
I'm surprised you can tell the difference between and argument and a statement of fact, though. What with you being as much of a clueless shit for brains as you are.
so it looks like that KDE Plasma is so focused in delivering a windows-like experience that even have it's own file indexer that freezes the system and eats all your CPU! amazing stuff
so can someone recommend some DE that doesn't look like horseshit
Once in a while my cpu starts to go insanely high
Htop shows that it is some /usr/bin/find command by "nobody" user that i can't kill because it instantly reopens itself
Debian on a Dell laptop
What to do? I always quickly restart my computer when this happens
Time to reinstall from a usb key. Do not forget to remove battery and unplug it when halting your computer, some rootkits simulate sleep.
dd the iso in the usb on another computer. Your computer is already infected.
>use Sublime a lot
>I consider paying for it to support the devs
>I can easily throw $10 at it
>go to their website
>$70 for a license
>supporting software which doesn't respect your freedoms
So I'm on Manjaro and want to get the newest version of wine-staging (2.15-1) that was released today.
I found this in the AUR:
But when I "pacaur -S wine-staging 2.15-1", it's not finding it - just the 2.14 version.
Do I need to update my repo somehow or something?
Alternatively, what's the best way to manually update software that's more bleeding-edge than the current AUR package?
>I like to sit on the beach with a floofy drink and let you guys do all the work. I’m coasting, right now I’m coasting — I don’t have any projects I’m working on.
Why does Dolphin on KDE scroll to the right?
That just seems like a dumb gimmick going against basically the whole scrolling standard of the rest of the system, and basically all systems, actually.
I asked this in the Stupid Questions General and I didn't get a response.
Ok so I just started using QEMU. I'm using AQEMU as a graphical frontend and I've run into a problem. The video memory is super low, 16MB I think. XFCE lags on it in an OpenBSD VM. I'm using Fedora as the host OS. I know there's got to be some kind of config files I can edit to change the settings to bump it up to 64MB but I don't know where it is or what it's called. It can be a configuration file for the specific VM, but preferably I'd like to change it universally so that every time I make a new VM it'll default to 64MB of video memory.
TLDR I want to increase video memory on QEMU and I don't know how.
I tried and I can't find any info on where these files are actually located. The one I found said that it would be in /etc/libvirt/qemu but when I looked there wasn't any xml files. So now I'm asking here. That post was from 2011 by the way, so it's not up to date either.
Can you please link it here then? I'm mentally retarded and I need to be spoonfed.
>Nobody actually creates perfect code the first time around, except me. But there's only one of me.
new to gentoo and in a virtualbox.
for some reason this is giving me problems, I believe this is a package that I have (x11...5.1.14) is blocking (x11-base/xorg-drivers-1.19). Is that right? do i really have two versions of x11-drivers/xf86-video-virtualbox, 5.0.40 and 5.1.14? i thought that was impossible and those would cause conflict themselves.
how would i remove the older one?
also, the current version is 5.1.22, did the mirror i chose not have that version and if so how to force it to find the newest version?
When you can't run firefox, a text browser is comfy. I like w3m for image support.
That said, you can use a text browser for lots of other things like grepping some website content, render .html files, using it as pager, etc.
current using terminator and non themed terminals,
is are there any draw backs from using zch? thinking about setting up oh-my-zch
also is there a way to change default programs ex. terminal > terminator, thuunar > nautalis
im on xubuntu 16.04
friendly gahnu linux thread. :^/ ISOcreator? I dunno havnt done that in years. If youre this green, might wanna do a test run in a VM first. Follow the handbook, your system will be lean and actually usable. but if this is your first time booting off a usb, you might be better off with debian.
I've booted from usb plenty of times, it's just that from reading the Gentoo wiki it seems like it's more complicated for Gentoo and requires terminal use, which I can't do in Windows. I guess I'll make a live usb of some distro and make the Gentoo USB from that.
sorry for the stupid use, but can you point out what's wrong with what I said?
let me rephrase: what are the general reasons for switching from os x to ubuntu/other linux distros?
i've seen a few people get confused about this
XNU is similar to BSD, which is a descendant of the original UNIX (there was an OS simply called UNIX, though most modern uses of the name UNIX just refers to a style or type of OS)
Linux is UNIX-like, in that it shares some similarities to UNIX, but has no direct ties to UNIX or BSD
so while XNU and Linux have some similarities, in that they both resemble UNIX to a degree, they are entirely different codebases
A distro is FSF approved when it follows the free distribution guidelines. These guidelines are basically about "how developers should create a free distro", not a "you can't have freedom on other distros". When you use Debian, for example, and don't change it (enable nonfree repos), you have a 100% free system.
What are some good file managers, /fglt/?
Is ranger or mc good enough? Can I use emacs for file management? What is the most extensible file manager? PcManFM?
Would you use a file manager written in electron? Pic related.
I am having the same problem as described in the link above. Thumbnails for most (but not all) mkv's are green and purple. I tried following the instructions given in the second response (except using alt-f2 instead of the terminal, gedit instead of nano, etc., though I doubt that matters), but it didn't work. All thumbnails are unchanged from how they were before. What went wrong?
>found this in the AUR
>points to official repository
>how do i install a package
>doesn't know how repositories of his distribution work
>doesn't know how to sync repositories
>doesn't know how to use his package manager
But at least you knew how to use a shitty package manager wrapper for the shitty user created repository aka AUR.
Typical Manjaro/Antergos/Any Arch installer user.
>trusting some random person on something subjective
>he needs to have "the best" everything
>he needs to have everything he uses to be g approved
You won't use either of those. You just want to ask it to feel cool and then you'll install it in a virtual machine, play with it for a few minutes and go back to playing videogames on your Windows computer, because you're an immature manchild as evident by your questions.
You're retarded and here is why: People ask if something is "g approved", because they want to hear all the horrible memes about certain software, this includes all the half-knowledge someone may have read somewhere. All this helps users to make desicions. Next,
>telling someone who asks a question that he should fuck off back to Windows
Thanks for your support.
so now that Firefox kinda killed off arc theme, what's my alternative? I hate having my firefox be two different colors because of my system theme. Classic theme restorer kind of makes it better Iguess, but I'd rather have a uniform light color. On a similar note, bugs me that I can see the edge of my title bar for some reason when not using arc theme.
Sorry about the shit font rendering I borked it and haven't had the patience of finding a god fontconfig
what do you suggest anon
because you're using manjaro
with manjaro repos
you don't get the bleeding edge benefits of arch with manjaro
shouldve used antergos or just installed manually, its not hard
I don't suggest anything. Use whatever you want.
All I'm saying that him and all the other idiots are being unnecessarily retarded. They wouldn't have any of those retarded problems if they weren't using shitty, downstream distributions and getting their knowledge from memes and just blindly trusting everything.
I run my own repo with packages being rebuilt twice a week
some packages are AUR proper (pkgs with good maintainers likely to change), some use pkgbuilds I wrote and some are copied from AUR but won't update with it
I find that its a better solution for me, since I have a fair few arch systems, all using packages not in official repos
I'm trying to set up a wireless AP on a machine running Ubuntu Server. The machine is connected to my main router via Ethernet and has a static IP assigned via its Ethernet interface. The wireless dongle is controlled by hostapd. I need shit connected via the AP to be able to talk to shit plugged in to the main router and vice versa.
As it is, devices can connect to the AP but after authenticating they never get assigned an IP so can't do anything. If I create a bridge and add the wired and wireless interfaces to it then the machine running the bridge goes dark. Shit connected to the wireless AP can talk to anything else on the network (didn't check the other way round) but nothing can talk to the bridge machine - even ping requests return destination host unreachable. This is a problem because the box running the bridge is my home server and I need it to be visible.
Please call me a retard and spoonfeed me the solution to my problem.
I'm well aware of the manjaro/antergos meme. I feel bad being such a retard, I just didn't realize the AUR was completely separate from the (((OFFICIAL))) repos. But yeah, makes sense. Of course, I thought manjaro had their own community repos through Octopi/pacman/whatever, but I guess it is indeed just the official Arch repository. (correct?)
Anyway, I'm not a total dumby, I get that the issue is it's too new for me to get bleeding-edge software through the nice curated Babby's Fisher-Price Le Package Manager. I do know how to manually install shit (with tar.gz's). But I figured there'd be a better way to do it in Arch or similar distros, so at least I can track and you know, ""manage"" it through the package manager?
Otherwise there's no difference between this and Memebuntu where I'd just revert to caveman methodologies and install the tar.gz anyway, because if the newest wine version isn't in the AUR then no fucking way is it in the ubuntu repo.
Copying my chromium profile from my backup location(which i was running it on while i was restoring data) no longer works.It presents this error message.I checked for any lock files in the profile, and there are none.However if i point via command line to my backup profile, it works as expected.How do i restore my profile?Failed to create a ProcessSinzgleton for your profile directory. This means that running multiple instances would start multiple browser processes rather than opening a new window in the existing process. Aborting now to avoid profile corruption.[/code[
Well I know that much. But I DON'T want it to respect my GTK theme. I'm using arc darker, so it makes the background black. I fucking hate how this looks. Imo it looks like fucking trash. I used arc light theme on it because it was nice, uniform, and light. But idk if it'll be ported to webextenions or not, so I don't know if I really wann deal with that desu
Just go to Tools > Add-ons > Appearance tab
select one of the "compact" themes
Hopefully you have 3 themes in there, sometimes I think it doesn't have them and I'm not sure why. Maybe it just depends on Firefox version
an alias allows you to add options and flags more easily, whereas that's a bit harder with a function
with functions you could do something like have a part of an url as the argument and append that to an url in the function, so you could make something like a function open_thread that opens your browser with the url boards.4chan.org/$1/thread/$2 (don't know how useful that might be)
I don't know if you can do that with aliases, but I'm sure it's not as straightforward
Also now that I look at your screenshot it looks like you're using the "classic theme restorer" plugin because of your square tabs. That might be the reason you're seeing inconsistent theme when using a dark one.
You could also try disabling that plugin
holy shit, how long has this been a thing? Why have I NEVER seen this? New in the rebuilt firefox I guess? Bless you anon, now I don't have to fuck around trying to find a theme that keeps the color scheme readable
Nah, CTR doesn't mess with the colors afaik. What I'm referring to was just a preference on how I like my browser to look. Overall I'm not a fan of having dark elements on my frame because most pages I visit aren't dark. So I think it contrasts really fucking weird. It's a nitpick, but bugs me anyways.
& just makes the process run in the background allowing you to continue using the terminal while it's running
try exec, it replaces the running process with a new one, so your terminal should go away
clicked on this nigger's video
at some point he yells DENIED a few times, really loud which led me to:
Im looking for compressor/normalizer/equalizer? to set an upper limit to prevent ear rape from fags like the one above
any audio masters lurking?
Im not sure what nonsense this other anon is on about, but you dont need exec.
Make the alias without exec and then use a launcher to run the alias so the terminal dosent need to be up, or you can put & disown and you can close the terminal.Though using a launcher would be more advantageous
>The alias without exec works.
Does it open a window or do you just want it running in the background with no interface at all?
What happens if you try
or even =no depending on your default
this isnt sqt
you're fine, just check configs, especially ssh keys
if it was problematic so many people wouldnt be installing everything on one partition except /home
its not a folder
its a directory and it better be a seperate partition
if not, put it on one
>>62067170cp /usr/share/applications/mpv.desktop ~/.local/share/applications/mpvv.desktop
then you edit the mpvv.desktop file, change the Exec= line with the ones from github and the Icon= to your liking
then you add it like you add any other thing to your xfce panel
instead of sselp you can use xsel
in the end you copy your video url and click the icon in the panel
if you've never installed arch before, no
if you're comfortable installing arch without it and you just want to speed things up, sure
manjaro has its own repos (which makes it shit)
you only need separate repo for packages built without systemd dependency, and even then only for openrc
just use arch unless you have some weird green fetish and only half a brain
>two routers one network
you have seperate subnets for each router right
>didn't check the other way round
if icmp works its going both ways, retard