• p0wer@lemmy.zip
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    10 days ago

    Relatable. I spend my whole day ricing my linux. I use arch btw

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        9 days ago

        I came from vscode and nano. I wanted something within the terminal as powerful as vscode. I tried doom emacs and vim but they didn’t feel right.

        Reasons I use it:

        • I found it easier to learn than vim/emacs in my opinion
        • Written in rust
        • Pretty easy to get language servers running
        • config is super easy
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        9 days ago

        One well rounded package that doesn’t need a complicated config or possibly unmaintained plugins.

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      9 days ago

      Look into Helix :D

      It’s missing plugins… but aside from that, as of now, it’s about as configurationless as it can get.

      I just have some extra keys mapped and that’s it. Single <30 line config file.

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    9 days ago

    To anyone who needs this in the future, a lot of scanners need some extra firmware files (found on their backend’s subpage, accessible from here) and those can be added to your nix configuration in a way some good people discovered here. Knowing all this would have saved me around 3 hours yesterday, so you’re welcome.

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    9 days ago

    another day another game of whack-a-mole commenting out packages just to get a rebuild to not fail

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      9 days ago

      Kinda like biology: knock out a gene (package) and see what happens.