Another couple of interesting packages from the Debian repos
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"Apt spelunking" is a silly term I made up for the act of searching through your package manager, App Store, Code Repo, etc with vague terms, and trying out random applications therein.
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It's another exciting episode of Apt Spelunking! The fourth installation, which covers the following packages:
dunst - Lightweight notification daemon
Dunst is a lightweight, customizeable desktop notification daemon. Similar to Ubuntu's notify-osd, it displays passive notifications with very minimal resources. It has customizeable keystrokes, and its colors can be configured as well.
i3 - Lightweight tiling window manager
i3 is my window manager of choice; tiling, extremely customizeable, and absurdly light. With fantastic support for multiple monitors, and vim keybindings, it eventually finds its way onto every machine I use.
uqm - Ur-Quan Masters
Derived from Star Control II, Ur-Quan Masters is a fantastic retro game about spaceships and aliens. Earth has been seized, and is isolated from the rest of the galaxy. Luckily, you happen to have yourself a ship built with ancient mystic technology and whatnot.
Fun, funny, and dangerously addictive; make sure to stay away from this game if you have things to do.
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Comment #1 posted on 2017-09-02T05:05:39Z by Ken Fallon
Wasting shows again
Well if you must insist on wasting shows, then you get a series !
Also are you going to go back and rename the other shows ?
hpr2115 :: Apt Spelunking 3: nodm, cmus, and parecord
hpr1906 :: Apt Spelunking 2: tvtime, phatch, and xstarfish
hpr1813 :: Apt Spelunking: surf, lightyears, and fbterm
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