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Rxyhn's Aesthetic AwesomeWM Configuration Files!
Welcome to my AwesomeWM configuration files!
This is my personal collection of configuration files.
You might be here for looking my AwesomeWM configuration files? or looking for Linux Rice reference?
feel free to steal anything from here but don't forget to give me credits :)
AwesomeWM is the most powerful and highly configurable, next generation framework window manager for X, Although it takes time and effort to configure it, but I'm very satisfied with the result.
This is a beautiful user interface isn't it?
These dotfiles are made with love, for sure.
Here are some details about my setup:
- OS: Arch Linux
- WM: awesome
- Terminal: wezterm
- Shell: zsh
- Editor: neovim / vscode
- Compositor: picom
- Application Launcher: rofi
- Music Player ncmpcpp
- Adds new layouts, modules, and widgets that try to primarily focus on window management
- Clean and efficient api for color conversion in lua
- Manual layout for Awesome with an interactive editor
- UPower Battery Widget
- A UPowerGlib based battery widget for the Awesome WM
- Eye-catching Colorscheme
- MacOS like window decorations
- Info Center
- Notification Center
- Bottom Panel
- Word Clock Lockscreen
- Minimalist Exit Screen
- Music Player
- App Launcher
- Github Activity Previews
- Brightness / Volume OSD
- LayoutList PopUP
- Battery Indicator
- Wifi Indicator
- Animated Workspace Indicator
- Beautiful Naughty Notification
- Main Menu
This is step-by-step how to install these dotfiles. Just R.T.F.M.
1. Install Required Dependencies and Enable Services
Assuming your AUR Helper is paru.
First of all you should install the git version of AwesomeWM.
paru -S awesome-git
Install necessary dependencies
paru -Sy picom-git wezterm rofi acpi acpid acpi_call upower lxappearance-gtk3 \ jq inotify-tools polkit-gnome xdotool xclip gpick ffmpeg blueman redshift \ pipewire pipewire-alsa pipewire-pulse pamixer brightnessctl feh scrot \ mpv mpd mpc mpdris2 python-mutagen ncmpcpp playerctl --needed
systemctl --user enable mpd.service systemctl --user start mpd.service
2. Install My AwesomeWM Dotfiles
Clone this repository
git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/rxyhn/dotfiles.git cd dotfiles && git submodule update --remote --merge
Copy config files
cp -r config/* ~/.config/
Install a few fonts (mainly icon fonts) in order for text and icons to be rendered properly.
cp -r misc/fonts/* ~/.fonts/ # or to ~/.local/share/fonts cp -r misc/fonts/* ~/.local/share/fonts/
And run this command for your system to detect the newly installed fonts.
Finally, now you can login with AwesomeWM
Congratulations, at this point you have installed this aesthetic dotfiles!
Log out from your current desktop session and log in into AwesomeWM
- Copy the themes to the themes folders
sudo cp -rf misc/themes/Aesthetic-Night/* /usr/share/themes cp -rf misc/themes/Aesthetic-Night-GTK4/* ~/.config/gtk-4.0
- Add this line on
~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.inifor left controls
This is nvchad's port of my aesthetic theme named
To get this theme you have to use nvchad as your neovim config, and then apply my theme.
- Go to
- Search for
toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheetsand set it to
- move the contents from
Touchpad tap-to-click & natural (reverse) scrolling (libinput)
Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad" Driver "libinput" MatchIsTouchpad "on" Option "Tapping" "on" Option "TappingButtonMap" "lmr" Option "NaturalScrolling" "true" EndSection
|Modern Bottom Panel with Animation|
|Aesthetic Dashboard with neat grid layout|
|Good looking Info Center|
|Beautiful Notification Center|
|Custom mouse-friendly ncmpcpp UI|
|Lockscreen with PAM Integration|
Ngl this is started when im feel bored lol and decided to start using Linux, more precisely in January 2022. Fyi im a new Linux user, when it's in Linuxer Desktop Art i saw a linux setup that caught my eye, then I'm interested in and trying something similar, So yeaaaaaah this is my current setup, my purpose of doing this is to hone my skills to make an attractive UI and also as a hobby. I wanna say thank you to those of you who like and love my setup <3
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