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commit e2c13a5ae28fc40d34532bda164f38dc838f6c5a
parent 334d5b8bf463844a14ce4702a66fc239f5ced990
Author: Luke <>
Date:   Mon,  9 Oct 2017 11:22:15 -0700

link to program info added

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diff --git a/index.html b/index.html @@ -18,10 +18,10 @@ <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><b>Warning!</b> Until I put up a video on YouTube on these scripts, they are in still actively in development and the usage may be haphazard or non-functional at times. I'm literally testing these on new installs several times a day, making several dozen little tweaks every 24 hours. Only run these on new systems where there is no threat of data loss (although I don't see how data loss could happen given what the scripts do, just exercise caution until the official release). If you do run into errors, email me (<a href=""></a>) and I might give you some credit.</p> - <p>For the official announcement of release, follow me on <a href="">YouTube</a>, by <a href="">RSS</a> or on Twitter (<a href="">@lukesfiat</a>).</p> +<b>Want to know what LARBS installs and configures? Check out <a href="programs.html">What's Inside of LARBS?</a></b> + <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> diff --git a/programs.html b/programs.html @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ <link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="pix/faveicon.ico"> <title>Programs Installed in LARBS</title> </head> -<h1>LARBS</h1> +<h1>What's Inside of LARBS?</h1> <a href="index.html">Back to main page</a> @@ -42,7 +42,9 @@ <p>Programs here you won't necessarily use directly, but are important tools for other programs.</p> <ul> - <li>mediainfo, poppler, highlight, w3m, atool, libcaca &ndash; programs for getting previews of various things in ranger, each has additional uses</li> + <li>Pulseaudio &ndash; audio system</li> + <li>Network Manager &ndash; exactly what it sound like</li> + <li>mediainfo, poppler, highlight, w3m, atool, libcaca &ndash; programs for getting previews of various things in ranger; each has additional uses</li> <li>notmuch, notmuch-mutt, offlineimap, msmtp &ndash; backend email tools</li> <li>unzip, unrar &ndash; for archive extraction</li> <li>ntfs-3g, dosfstools &ndash; for handling Windows-formatted USBs</li>