How do I change the colours of ttys on startup?
I'm thinking of a systemd service.
I already have a file that changes the colours on login ( https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/blob/master/.config/tty-colours.sh ), but I have absolutely no idea how to execute it on every tty on startup.
The #Olang website is now live! It's just the home page and a couple of "coming soon" pages at the moment, but it's a start!
Stay tuned for lexical specification to start turning up in the Docs section when I have the time to do so!
can be found in my dots repo
https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots as bin/select_st although it uses `tabbed`
Trying a new panel layout (Thanks @OTheB )
On the left is the clock - left side of that is hours, each bar is 3 hours, - on the right side of it is minutes, in bars of 15 minutes.
On the center is the workspaces
And on the right is the volume.
My theme switcher for my crappy themes.
Wallpaper can be found here https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/raw/master/Wallpapers/hexagon-aperture.png --- and svg (ddl) https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/raw/master/Wallpapers/hexagon-aperture.png
#ScreenshotSunday - Trying bspwm.
@Gauge I *think* I know the problem. I was using -qscale 0 instead of -q:v 0, the first one did nothing since it was "ambiguous"
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..