Well I spoke too soon…

Have noticed a small issue in last iso. Super + 1 [switch to workspace one] throws up an error. Easy fix just a typo in i3 config. Just rebuilt and am uploading a new image. Also as a Birthday treat, did I mention mine is tomorrow 😉 iso now ships with window title in i3blocks Well I spoke too soon…

Am now a year older….

Have just updated iso image, no major changes. Noticed that copytoram feature live now uses pv to give some output, which is nice rather than system doing nothing while it loads into ram. It will be my Birthday this Sunday so I will mostly eating cake and drinking. So do not plan on doing any Am now a year older….

Thunar has thumbnails…

Have uploaded a new iso image, latest kernel and some small changes to source. Never use Thunar very much but it always annoyed me it had no thumbnails of images. Well a quick search found the solution Tumbler 😉 It is now part of latest image. Other small changes well I have removed most of Thunar has thumbnails…

Clash of the key binds…

I thought I was being very clever when I set Control + c for copy in Alacritty. Well it came back to bite me! Control + C in a terminal cancels a command so if I had something running I could not end/stop it. So I had to go back to the drawing board. Have Clash of the key binds…

New day new kernel…

Woke up to another kernel update so have updated iso image. Added Alacritty terminal to ArchBang for now you can try it out via rofi launcher [Super + d]. To make changes to alacritty you do need to edit a config file which at first can seem a little complicated. It lives in ~/.config/alacritty. For New day new kernel…

May have made a mistake….

Have been using Sway for a couple of months now and I do like it and thought everyone would, but I was wrong. Switching ArchBang to Sway may have been a step too far as user feedback and reduced downloads of iso are a cause for concern. What I should have done from the start May have made a mistake….

A few hours later….

A few hours after building and uploading iso image Archlinux updated its kernel package. So what is a developer to do? Well rebuild it and upload a new image of course. Still looking for old ArchBang configs if anyone has an old install of ArchBang, more interested in Openbox files. Just noticed my twitter link A few hours later….