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Author: Luke <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Tue, 23 Jan 2018 11:30:08 -0700

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diff --git a/www/index.html b/www/index.html @@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ <tr><td><a href="pix/arch.jpg"><img src="pix/arch.jpg" width="300"></a></td></tr> </table> -<p>The LARBS are a series of shell scripts that will automatically install a fully-featured Arch Linux i3-gaps Desktop Environment, providing a perfect composite of both functionality and customizability.</p> +<p>The LARBS are a series of shell scripts that will automatically install a fully-featured i3-gaps Desktop Environment, providing a perfect composite of both functionality and customizability.</p> <p><a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/larbs">Github link</a>.</p> @@ -26,7 +26,9 @@ <h3>Installation</h3> -<p>In any install of Arch Linux, simply log in as the root user and run the following in the terminal:</p> +<p>LARBS can be installed on any derivative of Arch Linux that uses the Arch repositories (including Manjaro and Antergos, etc. (but not Parabola, e.g.)). I recommend you to install it on a fresh installation to avoid conflict with other desktop environments, although you can run it on an already existing install. <b>Note:</b> LARBS will install config files in the home directory of the user you give it. It will not wipe your Documents or anything, but it will overwrite your <code>~/.bashrc</code>, etc. If you have config files you want to hold on to, either back them up or you can select to install LARBS to another user.</p> + + <p>To install, simply log in as the root user and run the following in the terminal:</p> <code> curl -LO larbs.xyz/larbs.sh</br> @@ -35,10 +37,7 @@ bash larbs.sh </code> -<p>This will begin a prompt and the installation after some setup. Installation time can vary depending on internet connection. Don't be worried if it takes even a little more than an hour: it's setting <em>everything</em> up.</p> - -<p>You should be able to run LARBS on an already-configured system, and also other distributions that use Arch repositories, but I recommend running LARBS only on fresh Arch installations (I've never tried it myself on other distros, but it should work on a distro with pacman and access to the Arch repositories). </p> - +<p>This will begin a prompt and the installation after some setup. Installation time will vary depending on your internet connection. Don't be worried if it takes even a little more than an hour: it's setting <em>everything</em> up.</p> <h3>Learning the system is fun and easy!</h3>