Part 2 - Getting Some Utilities Installed
Now, we've got a base system configured and ready to go. It's time to install some useful utilities.
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Here is the list of items to be instaled.File Manager:
- highlight (for ranger)
- My customized ranger/rc.conf (~/.config/ranger/)
- My customized .Xresources (~/)
- My customized nvim/init.vim (~/.config/nvim/)
- scrot - Command line screen capture
The above list may grow in the future but these are the absolute minimum software that I need to do my daily tasks.
All of these can be downloaded from Slackbuilds.org, and follow the usual procedure to get them installed.
Now move onto the next step to install/configure my favorite window manager.
In next article, let's talk about my favorite window manager, i3.
- Part 1 - Base System
- Part 2 - Getting Some Utilities Installed
- Part 3 - Oh, what's that Window Manager?
- Part 4 - De-Uglifying i3
- Part 5 - Show Me Japanese in my Terminal
- Part 6 - Let's type in Japanese