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Peter Cai bba37860d7 sway: Wrap swaybg in systemd-run work around swaybg crashes
2024-05-20 21:47:17 -04:00
alacritty/.config/alacritty alacritty: Only run xdg-open on links if Control is pressed 2023-07-18 10:57:18 -04:00
app_containers/.local/bin app_containers: Don't perform privileged operations in cleanup 2022-12-31 16:16:31 -05:00
bash Add nnn config 2024-03-22 16:29:50 -04:00
nnn/.local/bin nnn: Open directories always in new panes 2024-04-08 18:56:40 -04:00
nvim/.config/nvim nvim: Show hidden files by default 2024-04-22 21:29:01 -04:00
restic-backup/.local/bin retisc-backup: Keep sudo session 2024-03-13 18:38:19 -04:00
rime/.local/share/fcitx5/rime rime: Ignore more stuff 2023-08-31 15:55:00 -04:00
sway sway: Wrap swaybg in systemd-run 2024-05-20 21:47:17 -04:00
virtiofsd/.config/systemd/user virtiofsd: Remove startup delay 2023-07-02 15:40:39 -04:00
wezterm/.config/wezterm wezterm: Enable window transparency 2024-03-13 18:38:05 -04:00

PeterCxy's Dotfiles

These files are supposed to be installed by GNU Stow. For example, if you want to install the dotfiles for sway listed in this directory, then clone this repository to your $HOME, and then run

stow sway

which will automatially create all the symlinks needed.

All subdirectories (except fonts) in this repository are structured with the assumption that you are going to put the repository directly in $HOME. If not, you need to change the command for stow accordingly.

Note that to install fonts, you need sudo stow -t / fonts instead.