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Add your personal aliases to fish the smart way

Add your personal aliases to fish the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the config.fish is overwritten every time. We have included the following lines to the config.fish. There are more possibilities. # Aliasesif [ -f $HOME/.config/fish/alias.fish...

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Add your personal aliases to zsh the smart way

Add your personal aliases to zsh the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the .zshrc is overwritten every time. We have included the following lines to the .bashrc. [[ -f ~/.zshrc-personal ]] && . ~/.zshrc-personal If you create a file on your...

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Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the bashrc is overwritten every time. We have now included the following lines to the .bashrc. [[ -f ~/.bashrc-personal ]] && . ~/.bashrc-personal If you create a file on...

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How to install mpd and ncmpcpp on any ArcoLinux desktop

How to install mpd and ncmpcpp on any ArcoLinux desktop

  Mpd is a music player daemon and ncmpcpp is a music client. The client ncmpcpp runs in a terminal and connects to the daemon or server side to get the music. We start with reading the arch wiki of MPD and the arch wiki of NCMPCPP to get a general overview...

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All you need to know about BTRFS

All you need to know about BTRFS

Butterfs or btrfs is a filesystem. First read the Arch Linux wiki for more background information. You can choose Btrfs to be able to roll-back in time to a system "where everything still worked". There are two ways I would suggest. Either use timeshift  or snapper....

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