system - Deterministic configuration of NixOS and my dotfiles. Managed by Nix!

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My system, which describes not only my home dir, but also my entire machine, is now managed by Nix for the home configurations and by NixOS for the system. This is NixOS, running i3 window manager, chromium for browser and Alacritty for the terminal. I use rofi for i3 workspace management, and to call binaries and .desktop files.

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