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So in this post I’m gonna guide you how you can use efistub, a feature which you can use to boot the kernel without an extra boot manager(grub, systemd-boot, rEFInd etc.) Create a boot entry using efibootmgr. 1 # efibootmgr --create --disk /dev/sda --part 1 --label Debian --loader /vmlinuz --unicode "root=/dev/sda2 rw initrd=\initrd.img" --verbose Explaination of the command. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 --create 'creates a new boot entry' --disk 'disk where you wanna create the boot entry' --part 'partition number' --label 'the label for new entry' --loader 'loader to boot, it's vmlinuz in this example' --unicode 'kernel parameters you can define here like initrd, swap, encrypted container for root' --verbose 'let it verbose' I have an encrypted installation on my machine so here is how I create an entry for me.

dwm window manager

What’s DWM? DWM is a Tiling window manager by Suckless community. Installation You can install dwm by using your distribution package maangers. But as dwm is configured by hand before compilation, so it’s recommended you clone its repository, configure and then compile it for your system. I have a fork which you may like. ;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}) Configuration In the root directory, there is a file config.

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Set time zone in Debian, Ubuntu, Raspberry Pi(Raspbian)

Sometimes we install systems and don’t care about setting timezone. Or we travel to some other countries where timezone is different. So here is how you can change timezone in Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Raspbian and almost all distributions derived from Debian. 1 # dpkg-reconfigure tzdata You will see a dialog box opened. Select your continent. Hit enter after selecting your continent using arrow keys. Select your city and hit Enter.

Automate the boring stuff of wallpapers with systemd

So assuming you’re not using a DE and don’t wanna install a tool which comes with a lot of dependencies just to automate the boring stuf of changing wallpapers (root window of Xorg). I wrote a simple Python program which you can use as systemd unit too. Clone the repository or download/copy the beautify.py if you don’t want systemd part. I’d recommend ~/bin for such executable scripts. You can execute it from .