If you are not sure how to use a bash script file, review the information on my blog post about this subject.
Right-click on the following links and select "Save as . . ." or a similar menu item to download the file to your device. You might need to change the name if it conflicts with a simular script or program.
Once downloaded and extracted, put this qtile directory in you $HOME/.config directory. Then, once you have installed qtile and sxhkd, using your package manager of choice:
Debian: sudo apt install qtile sxhkd
Arch: sudo pacman -S qtile sxhkd
Then, log out, and switch to qtile for your desktop environment and log in to your new qtile window manager!
UPDATED!!! I fixed an issue failing to unmount a USB drive that is mounted, as well as having a launch file that will enable it to be used with launchers that don't give an option to open in a terminal. Additionally, I've added in a README.txt file that gives instructions for its use.
This is a script to install the Candy Icons onto your computer. I know this works with Debian based systems, you may need to adjust the location for non-Debian systems. Check inside the script file for instructions in the commments on how to use.
This is a spreadsheet that users new to Linux can use to help them evaluate particular Linux distros for their first distro to use. Also, while I am going through the reviews for new Linux Users on my channel, a person can follow along and make their own evalatuion of the distros I will be reviewing. Be sure to join in the fun with me as I review each distro!
This script file will automate the process of installing an AppImage into your applications menu system. AppImages are an application file that includes the program and all its dependencies. It can be run from your file manager by double-clicking on it (once you make the file executble). Once you download and extract the directory, make sure to read the README.txt file to know how to install and use this script file.
This script file takes a list of programs,, both to be installed from the repositories, and from Flatpaks on the vast majority of Linux distrubtions. It will take the list, which are located at the top of the file, you will probably wish to edit my personal lists or just install what I use. Your decision. I tried to put the packages that one needs more up-to-date software, like on a system such as Debian-based distros, to install as a Flatpak. You can move them to the package manager, or delete them per your needs. If you break it, you can always some back here and redownload it. Hint: If you don't want flatpaks at all, best to comment out the lines by adding a '#' at the front of the line, that way you can easily re-enable it by removing the #'s.
Disclaimer: Rick Copple cannot and does not warrant or guarantee that files, software or information of any kind from any source available for downloading through this web portal (https://nlgg.rlcopple.com) will be free of infection, viruses, worms, trojan horses, or other code or defects that may manifest harmful and destructive properties. Because of the possibility of human, technical and mechanical error, as well as other factors, Rick Copple is not responsible for any errors or omissions from the information contained in or accessed through this web portal. The materials and information available in and through this web portal are provided “as is” and without warranties of any kind whether expressed or implied. To the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, Rick Copple disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Download and use at your own risk.
The "advice" and any information by vidoes or writings which I, Rick Copple aka, the Not a Linux Guru Guy, give on this site are not intended to be professional advice, cannot replace a professional opinion, and neither I nor any other third-party entity is responsible for any errors or omissions in the information which results in harm to one's property or any financial losses. The information available in and through this site are provided “as is” and without warranties of any kind whether expressed or implied. To the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, Rick Copple disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Use the information on this site at your own risk.