Have you noticed that sway 1.4 needs the script from the sway14 branch?
No, I just packaged up v0.9 from the archive and it seems to work fine with
Nice work with the script, it is exactly what I wanted
EDIT: I’ll see if I can get
azote into Alpine’s community repositories.
Yes, the latest release is ok. Changes to master are only for the -git package (and sway-git).
nwg-launchers and I’m 100% happy. But I still don’t know how to install Alpine for dual boot. The only wiki I found was marked out of date.
EDIT: moved reply to the Alpine Linux thread to keep things on-topic: Alpine Linux: none more minimal
Changed to my usual (very boring) wallpaper, turned off the window titles (single pixel borders ftw), switched to the
oksh shell and also changed the terminal font to the non-bold Inconsolata variant because
alacritty is so good at rendering it:
sway, it’s very good.
EDIT: and a new prompt:
Nice again, like simple walls like that , makes for a change @anon42040838 .
Heard about Alacritty before but never used it actually, might give it a shot one day.
Welcome to the party!
Just giving some props to all the hard work done by the OpenBSD guys, an OS which despite having a different pedigree, share the same minimalist bent that Arch does on the linux side of things.
If Arch didn’t exist, i think i would choose OpenBSD as my main system just for its suckless minimalism and great documentation.
Wow, awesome ! lol
An updated book wallpaper, if you search the screenshot thread you will see I have posted a similar wallpaper. This is a nice update and change.
Looks great @Dobbie03 . Nice wall.