I'm not an experienced Unix/Linux user, but I've setup webservers, fileservers, and done a number of command-line things over the years. Recently, I've re-purposed a single-board computer that I was using in my birdhouse cam project to be a daily-driver personal computer. These are my notes and reminders of how I've set things up, for future reference.
LattePanda Alpha, random small LCD monitor, Keychron K3 keyboard, Logi MX Anywhere 3 mouse, StarTech 4 port USB 3 hub.
Currently using Manjaro with i3 as the operating system.
Applications in use:
- GUI File Browser: PCManFM
- Browser: Firefox
- Code editor: Micro
- GUI for System (PulseAudio): pavucontrol
- Audio editor: Reaper
- Audio ins/outs: Jack2
- GUI for Jack: Cadence
There's a lot of stuff in here, I've added a couple things, but I'll be exploring this more soon.
exec xrandr --output HDMI-1 --mode 1920x1080
Add Screenshot Binding:
bindsym --release $mod+shift+s exec import ~/screenshot.png
Apparently the default terminal called by i3 in my case is urxvtd, and it's effected by settings in Xresources
Change font in default terminal:
Location for OTF or TTF font files:
open help pdf:
Move app to workspace: