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la-capitaine-icon-theme - La Capitaine is an icon pack designed to integrate with most desktop environments

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La Capitaine is an icon pack — designed to integrate with most desktop environments. The set of icons takes inspiration from the latest iterations of macOS and Google's Material Design through the use of visually pleasing gradients, shadowing, and simple icon geometry.La Capitaine comes with a configuration script which attempts to determine your distribution and desktop environment. Using this information, La Capitaine updates several system icons and icons used for mime-types.

Flameshot - Powerful yet simple to use screenshot software

  •    C++

Flameshot is a powerful yet simple to use screenshot software. It supports Customizable appearance, In-app screenshot edition, GUI and CLI support, Upload to Imgur.

capitaine-cursors - An x-cursor theme inspired by macOS and based on KDE Breeze

  •    Shell

This is an x-cursor theme inspired by macOS and based on KDE Breeze. The source files were made in Inkscape, and the theme was designed to pair well with my icon pack, La Capitaine.Everything you need to build the xcursor theme is found in src/, and the prebuilt theme for GNU/Linux desktops is found in dist/.

drawing - A drawing application for the GNOME desktop.

  •    Python

This application is a basic image editor, similar to Microsoft Paint, but aiming at the GNOME desktop. PNG, JPEG and BMP files are supported.




dotfiles - Custom GNU/Linux configuration files and scripts 🏠

  •    Python

This repository contains the configuration files and scripts that I use in my GNU/Linux working environment.

pkgtop - Interactive package manager and resource monitor designed for the GNU/Linux.

  •    Go

pkgtop is an interactive package manager & resource monitor tool designed for the GNU/Linux. Package management (install/upgrade/remove etc.) can be a problem if the user is not familiar with the operating system or the required command for that operation. So pkgtop tries to solve this problem with an easy-to-use terminal interface and shortcut keys. Briefly, pkgtop aims to provide a terminal dashboard for managing packages on GNU/Linux systems. Using the terminal dashboard, it's possible to list installed packages by size (or alphabetically with -a argument), show information about the package, install/upgrade/remove packages and search package. Also, there are other handy shortcuts for easing the package management process which mentioned in the usage information.

zps - A small utility for listing and reaping zombie processes on GNU/Linux.

  •    C

On Unix and Unix-like computer operating systems, a zombie process or defunct process is a process that has completed execution (via the exit system call) but still has an entry in the process table. This occurs for child processes, where the entry is still needed to allow the parent process to read its child's exit status: once the exit status is read via the wait system call, the zombie's entry is removed from the process table and it is said to be "reaped". Unlike the normal processes, zombie processes cannot be removed from a system with the kill command since they are already dead. (This is where the term's metaphor [zombie - an undead person] comes from.) To reap a zombie process, SIGCHLD signal can be sent to the parent process manually using the kill command. If the parent process refuses to reap the zombie, then terminating the parent process (mostly with SIGTERM signal) can be an option. When a child process loses its parent, init process becomes its new parent and it will reap any zombies since it executes the wait system call periodically.

bash-streams-handbook - 💻 Learn Bash streams, pipelines and redirection, from beginner to advanced.

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Learn Bash streams, pipes and redirects, from beginner to advanced. A data stream in the context of Bash is a communication channel between a program and the environment where the command was launched from.


dotfiles - Config files for my linux rice

  •    Shell

Obviously, if you don't want to use any of these programs for whatever reason, you don't have to install them. The install script will still apply the themes to all the other programs. If you don't trust it, you can clone the repo and manually move the files into all the proper locations.






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