Your system? Pacgraph it!

Hi! Stole this idea from one guy at the Manjaro forum.

sudo pacman -S pacgraph

for background, font color etc. use this(for example): pacgraph -b “#131920” -l “#592A34” -t “#1B3B44” -d “#5C3941

Mine is this:

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@subjunkie Here’s mine

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Cool idea!

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The most emphasized and bold are 2 packages I have not yet launched this year. :smiley:

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Haha! Looks better than this:

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Here is mine

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pacgraph.png

That’s from the container I used to test azote, hence the low package count.

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And no libreoffice. Makes me jealous! :rofl:

Yeah, I’m a LaTeX fan myself but the texlive-core package is even bigger than LO…

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No LibreOffice for me either.

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I need to uninstall…

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What do you use instead as light word processing @Dobbie03 .

Will replace LO with something lighter. Don t need it .

If I have to do any word processing I just use my editor, Sublime Text.

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Thx appreciated the comeback @Dobbie03

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Hello!!

womp

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Here s mine, looks weird ! lol ;

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nice Idea man …

I have put a pacman hoot for it so it gets my Wallpaper updated every time

❯ cat /etc/pacman.d/hooks/pacgraph.hook
[Trigger]
Operation = Upgrade
Operation = Install
Operation = Remove
Type = Package
Target = *
[Action]
Description = Create PacGraph
When = PostTransaction
Exec = pacgraph -b “#131920” -l “#592A34” -t “#1B3BAA” -d “#5C3941” -f /tmp/pacgraph && feh --bg-fill /tmp/pacgraph.png

Very nice tools:
Here mine