Are you confused about UTC and timezones? Have you missed a meeting because you miscalculated the proper time in your timezone? No worries! I’ve written exactly the thing you need :p Just use the following box!
The default bash shell prompt is anything but usable. Information is compressed and the prompt turns into hell if you’re deep in a directory tree. To improve the situation I decided to use a two line prompt. On the first line I have the current host, user and path with different colors, while on the [...]
urxvt is my favorite termimal It renders fonts nicely, supports unicode and has various other interesting features. I’ve also configured it to open links on mouse click! To configure urxvt to look like the above screenshots, add the following in your ~/.Xdefaults file: URxvt*loginShell:true URxvt*transparent:true URxvt*shading:5 URxvt*background:Black URxvt*foreground:White URxvt*scrollBar:true URxvt*scrollBar_right:true URxvt*scrollBar_floating:false URxvt*scrollstyle:plain URxvt*secondaryScroll:true # how [...]
update: I’ll be adding links next to the apps each time I post a guide I’ve decided to document the configuration of the apps I use most in blog posts Maybe someone will find them useful! Some of the apps (linked to their homepages): awesome (+ conky) tmux mutt irssi urxvt – view post quicky: [...]
I’ve added ebuilds in Gentoo’s portage for a new webkit browser called luakit. [I] www-client/luakit Available versions: (~)2010.08.07 (~)2010.08.13 **9999 Homepage: http://www.luakit.org Description: a webkit-gtk based, micro-browser framework in Lua It is a webkit based, low footprint browser written in C and Lua, modeled after awesome wm, my favorite window manager Vim-like bindings, low memory [...]