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  Thread: what are you listening to?
Post: RE: what are you listening to?

(22-08-2020, 07:01 PM)jkl Wrote: I might have a new favorite album this year. Wow.cool, really nice production, can imagine it being one of those albums you put on in the background because its comf...
budRich Off topic 42 4,887 22-08-2020, 08:19 PM
  Thread: what are you listening to?
Post: RE: what are you listening to?

If i find something good i add it to my 'Bra Grejjer' playlist on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...401141D607 edit: i just saw that i have over 1400 videos in the list. below are...
budRich Off topic 42 4,887 22-08-2020, 05:25 PM
  Thread: Dotfiles, a big mistake
Post: RE: Dotfiles, a big mistake

agree. dotfiles are stupid. I think it should be possible to set some kind of hidden flag, but it should ofc not be enabled on normal configuration files and very much not by prefixing the filename wi...
budRich Old school stuff 8 2,023 10-07-2020, 02:24 PM
  Thread: Carte blanche
Post: RE: Carte blanche

https://www.landley.net/toybox/ - toysh r us http://www.serenityos.org/ - we need a new browser, not just another electron chrome reskin. a new OS is cool too.
budRich Off topic 28 5,404 03-07-2020, 03:51 PM
  Thread: The userland problems
Post: RE: The userland problems

tl;dr Do what GNOME, KDE, SystemD, Linux, GNU is doing: be the change you want to see. For a workstation, private computer. I think the Linux userland with all its options, abandoned good ...
budRich GNU/Linux 16 4,864 11-11-2019, 07:08 AM
  Thread: The userland problems
Post: RE: The userland problems

I have followed the development of SerenityOS and think it is a very interesting project. In short it is a unix-like OS but unlike *BSD and linux, it is intended to be a complete OS where the kernel a...
budRich GNU/Linux 16 4,864 11-11-2019, 06:42 AM
  Thread: What software have you made to improve your workflow or rice?
Post: RE: What software have you made to improve your wo...

I don't have a multi-device solution. If I did, i would probably give mpd another chance, but i also bet there are some solutions for something similar using mpv, maybe.. I used mpd/mpc/npmpcpp/cmus...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 26 7,644 21-09-2019, 02:42 PM
  Thread: What software have you made to improve your workflow or rice?
Post: RE: What software have you made to improve your wo...

(17-09-2019, 08:08 AM)jkl Wrote: I find it amusing how many hours are wasted by writing scripts which discriminate other members in order to "improve your workflow". I find your definition of discri...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 26 7,644 20-09-2019, 03:26 PM
  Thread: Using Directories as Configuration Fomats
Post: RE: Using Directories as Configuration Fomats

(12-09-2019, 03:54 AM)zge Wrote: one could just choose "this/that/.opt", saying all hidden files are comments, regardless of their name. That sounds great. And one could have this/.opt , with "globa...
budRich Programming On Unix 9 2,903 12-09-2019, 01:45 PM
  Thread: Using Directories as Configuration Fomats
Post: RE: Using Directories as Configuration Fomats

Good luck sorting out the dotfiles standards on linux. Many projects doesn't even respect XDG_CONFIG_HOME. But if you use it for your own applications and you like it it's fine, I've seen worse (looki...
budRich Programming On Unix 9 2,903 11-09-2019, 10:53 PM
  Thread: What software have you made to improve your workflow or rice?
Post: RE: What software have you made to improve your wo...

(11-09-2019, 07:05 AM)zge Wrote: Thanks, but shouldn't the regex be have a ^ and a $? If I'm not mistaken, your bloking anyone who has "jkl" as a substring. ^^ Also, not sure how clever it is ...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 26 7,644 11-09-2019, 11:09 AM
  Thread: What software have you made to improve your workflow or rice?
Post: RE: What software have you made to improve your wo...

(09-09-2019, 12:22 PM)fraun Wrote: (06-09-2019, 05:35 PM)budRich Wrote: i also made a custom css that hides all posts on nixers from jkl . I'm interested! https://0x0.st/zJlp.png
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 26 7,644 10-09-2019, 07:38 PM
  Thread: What software have you made to improve your workflow or rice?
Post: RE: What software have you made to improve your wo...

i3ass - shell script toolbox for i3 dirthax, including a whole new, never before seen, windowing layout. mondo - a static dotfiles generator bwp - a wallpaper selector polify - pimp for polybar ho...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 26 7,644 06-09-2019, 05:35 PM
  Thread: Your Latest Workflow Improvement
Post: RE: Your Latest Workflow Improvement

(25-05-2019, 11:40 AM)Wildefyr Wrote: Well you can still map LCtrl to capslock as well.. Code:setxkbmap -option caps:ctrl_modifier xcape -e 'Caps_Lock=Escape' With the commands above you will have B...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 154 63,053 26-05-2019, 06:59 AM
  Thread: Teaching Unix
Post: RE: Teaching Unix

I meant that it, Unix, could be compiled for other hardware much easier then other OS prior to Unix. source the link i posted earlier. edit. also Quote:Unix's use of C and its consequent portability...
budRich Psychology, Philosophy, and Licenses 9 3,670 03-02-2019, 05:44 PM
  Thread: Teaching Unix
Post: RE: Teaching Unix

@jkl Yeah you are right, but still, that Unix was written (mostly) in C and maybe more important being compiled with the C compiler, making it very much more portable then any other OS prior. Is very ...
budRich Psychology, Philosophy, and Licenses 9 3,670 03-02-2019, 05:19 PM
  Thread: Teaching Unix
Post: RE: Teaching Unix

I would go with a history lesson as the first, understanding the origin (AT/T, mega monopolized telephone network company, multics, Bell Labs). Unix was the first operating system programmed in a "hig...
budRich Psychology, Philosophy, and Licenses 9 3,670 02-02-2019, 10:03 PM
  Thread: Any ideas for a new project?
Post: RE: Any ideas for a new project?

(03-01-2019, 12:07 PM)tudurom Wrote: <span>Happy New Year nixers... Happy new year tudurom! usam looks extremely cool. I recently read the sam man page (or some page about it on catv), and thi...
budRich Programming On Unix 21 6,472 03-01-2019, 07:34 PM
  Thread: bashbud - document generator and project boilerplater
Post: bashbud - document generator and project boilerpla...

Hi folks! Today I released a project i have been working on for a couple of months: bashbud I write a lot of bash scripts, and want to have have proper documentation. Many projects have: man page --...
budRich Programming On Unix 0 755 01-01-2019, 09:56 AM
  Thread: What's your favorite book?
Post: RE: What's your favorite book?

Foundation series - sci fi, good stuff The idea factory - the rise and fall of bell labs (surprisingly little about unix, but surprisingly interesting anyways) The Futurica Trilogy - (cyberpunk philos...
budRich Off topic 28 9,891 01-01-2019, 12:39 AM
  Thread: Which keyboard layout(s) do you use?
Post: RE: Which keyboard layout(s) do you use?

I am Swedish. That means that i have been forced to use the terrible "Nordic QWERTY layout". At first glance it might not look that much different from normal QWERTY. But for anyone using special symb...
budRich Off topic 35 15,043 30-12-2018, 08:24 AM
  Thread: What font are you using now?
Post: RE: What font are you using now?

(22-09-2017, 03:26 PM)budRich Wrote: i just came back to Fixedsys after years with Terminus. feels like ~ . But I can't seem to set it as the font in urxvt, but with this line Code:printf '\e]71...
budRich Desktop Customization & Workflow 98 47,029 30-12-2018, 08:02 AM
  Thread: The State of the Web
Post: RE: The State of the Web

I don't think there are less good web now then it used to be. Just a lot more bad. There is not really any 1998 equivalent of modern facebook, twiter, amazon, youtube etc. Also a lot of "modern" or ne...
budRich Off topic 7 5,249 09-09-2018, 01:39 PM
  Thread: Gentoo overlay aimed for ricing enthusiasts
Post: RE: Gentoo overlay aimed for ricing enthusiasts

thanks for the info hades. I've been wanting to shake sublime off for some time, but it is mostly out of philosophical reasons. I have no issues with the editor itself and have been using it for many ...
budRich GNU/Linux 7 4,186 23-04-2018, 06:13 PM
  Thread: Gentoo overlay aimed for ricing enthusiasts
Post: RE: Gentoo overlay aimed for ricing enthusiasts

Cool stuff, i have always hesitated going full gentoo because of my rice addiction, now you give me no excuse! Just gotta shake sublime off my back, or can I install and use sublime on gentoo?
budRich GNU/Linux 7 4,186 22-04-2018, 09:16 AM
  Thread: Howdy, y'all!
Post: RE: Howdy, y'all!

(20-04-2018, 06:16 PM)josuah Wrote: It looks like *nixers gather the interest of some /r/unixporn readers into unix. numixporn links to nixers on their related websites page: https://www.reddit.com/...
budRich 10 4,806 21-04-2018, 04:35 AM
  Thread: Howdy, y'all!
Post: RE: Howdy, y'all!

(18-04-2018, 10:57 PM)gigavinyl Wrote: he doesn't really use the internet much Sounds like a man who shoots straight and tell the truth! If you go LFS, it would be really interesting to see your pr...
budRich 10 4,806 19-04-2018, 05:06 AM
  Thread: questions about making a simple blog from scratch with go lang.
Post: RE: questions about making a simple blog from scra...

My homepage is a static blogish thing, generated with Hugo, which is written on Go. I think Hugo mostly uses Go's html-template function. My advice to you is actually to make a hugo site first. And ...
budRich The WWW 2 1,601 30-11-2017, 08:24 AM
  Thread: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage
Post: RE: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage

Yeah, i know. But actually the icons that i use is from bootstrap. But On my todo list for 2018 is (among other stuff) get started with vector graphics and program my own icons. I have been working as...
budRich The WWW 27 11,435 24-11-2017, 05:56 AM
  Thread: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage
Post: RE: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage

well actually i do use the same template for all pages on the site ;) It is a hugo generated static web page. But i made it my self. And thank you resk!
budRich The WWW 27 11,435 23-11-2017, 03:12 PM
  Thread: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage
Post: RE: Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage

https://budrich.github.io <- this is my homepage. It is not 100% emulating a WM. But it is very inspired by them (terminal output for graphics, window decorations, file manager tree)
budRich The WWW 27 11,435 23-11-2017, 11:47 AM
  Thread: IRC
Post: RE: IRC

>> *nix users needing invites to networks ;)
budRich Community & Forums Related Discussions 65 40,617 22-11-2017, 11:37 AM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

cool, thank you. [b] b is better then [bold], so that is cool. Markdown is even better.
budRich 18 6,507 21-11-2017, 07:28 AM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

Jazz, sure! I really like jazz from the 60's Buddy Rich is great. But I came up with my handle before i heard about buddy. I also like Miles Davis. Steely Dan is that jazz? they have made a lot of g...
budRich 18 6,507 21-11-2017, 07:21 AM
  Thread: Script to delete duplicate files
Post: RE: Script to delete duplicate files

@venam: I don't really know perl. But your script is very readable, well documented and good comments, I wish more (public) scripts was like that. I have started to write the documentation/help (SCRIP...
budRich 10 4,504 20-11-2017, 09:55 AM
  Thread: scripts to manage the windowmager called i3
Post: scripts to manage the windowmager called i3

Not sure if this is in the right category, it doesn't really feel like a shell script but it is. I post it here because i know you guys can give me some good critique on my style. I have basically le...
budRich 0 963 20-11-2017, 09:32 AM
  Thread: Script to delete duplicate files
Post: RE: Script to delete duplicate files

Great approach z3bra. Scripting style is as personal as one's handwriting. And it's cool that we are different. I will make a separate thread and link to my mentioned script (don't want to hijack this...
budRich 10 4,504 20-11-2017, 09:25 AM
  Thread: [an introduction]
Post: RE: [an introduction]

i have a paperwhite too, my favorite gadget. I find the format the best thing, not heavy, you don't even have to hold it. i often place it in my lap on the bus or something like that. I think I might...
budRich 12 6,167 19-11-2017, 10:42 PM
  Thread: Script to delete duplicate files
Post: RE: Script to delete duplicate files

That quote <3 I just uploaded a 1000 lines long bash script to github . There is only one rule to shell scripting: get it done. I haven't tried your script, because i believe every file is sacred. ...
budRich 10 4,504 19-11-2017, 10:28 PM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

When I was working as a machinist, podcasts was gold. Pods are great when you are doing other stuff at the same time. Some podcast hosts are also quite funny and or entertaining. I often write down no...
budRich 18 6,507 16-11-2017, 12:42 PM
  Thread: [an introduction]
Post: RE: [an introduction]

In one way I think philosophy might be just that, a plug and play game. One dude gets a great idea, think about it for a couple of years, put it in a book, another dude reads the book and replace some...
budRich 12 6,167 16-11-2017, 12:00 PM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

So if I don't like something I should just ignore it, pretend it doesn't exist? It is seriously a good way to live, but it is very hard to do that when it comes to politics. Especially in Sweden... ...
budRich 18 6,507 16-11-2017, 11:47 AM
  Thread: source bash_func
Post: source bash_func

Less is more, here are some very simple functions that I always source in to my .bashrc Code:# prints newest file in dir function lat() { ls -t | head -1 ;} # example: $ cd Downloads/Educational...
budRich 3 2,341 16-11-2017, 07:38 AM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

Don't worry resk. I chose not to get offended and instead questioned your statement (the old-school way). If everyone got offended based on misunderstood writings on the internet we would be doomed.. ...
budRich 18 6,507 16-11-2017, 07:15 AM
  Thread: we are connected
Post: RE: we are connected

@resk : I could get offended (which is the modern way) on many levels by your comment. But let's say that venam read the same sentence as it was supposed to be read... But just out of curiosity, what ...
budRich 18 6,507 16-11-2017, 05:06 AM