commit fba2609369e295d42ce9834aebd657e3b5228b13
parent 9b041c94d708f0c562eca142962dfcc7acad6709
Author: Luke Smith <>
Date:   Sat, 12 Jan 2019 21:21:26 -0500

removal of web

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diff --git a/index.html b/index.html @@ -1,61 +0,0 @@ -<!DOCTYPE html> - -<html> - -<head> -<link rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' href='style.css'> -<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="pix/faveicon.ico"> -<title>LARBS&mdash;Luke's Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Scripts</title> -</head> -<h1>LARBS</h1> - -<h2><a target="_blank" href="">Luke's</a> Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Scripts</h2> - -<table class="image"> - <caption align="bottom">(Not actually Luke)</caption> - <tr><td><a href="pix/larbs.png"><img src="pix/larbs.png" width="300"></a></td></tr> -</table> - -<p>LARBS is an efficient shell script that will install a fully-featured tiling window manager-based system on any Arch Linux-based system, without any of the routine of manual post-install processes and configuration.</p> - -<p>By default, LARBS installs and deploys <a target="_blank" href="">my own personal dotfiles</a> which people may know from <a target="_blank" href="">my videos on YouTube</a>.</p> - -<p> -But LARBS can also be forked <a target="_blank" href="">on Github</a> or given command line options to customize it for your own needs: you can have it deploy your own dotfiles and install all prerequisite programs, as LARBS only needs to read a single list of programs, and the script itself is designed to be easily rearranged. -</p> - -<h2>Installation</h2> - -<p>On any (preferrably fresh) install of an Arch Linux-based distribution, just run the following as the root user:</p> - -<code> -curl -LO</br> -bash -</code> - -<p>LARBS will then guide you through installation, which is typically relatively snappy. On my very slow internet, it takes around 10 minutes.</p> - -<h2>What does LARBS install?</h2> - -<p>You can check out the programs list that LARBS parses for installation <a target="_blank" href="">right here!</a> It also gives a brief explanation of why the program is included.</p> - -<p>Note that making your own fork of LARBS is as easy as using your own dotfiles, making a programs file like the one above, and making any other direct changes to the script you want.</p> - -<h2>Learning the system is fun and easy!</h2> - -<p>You can figure out about the system in a lot of different ways:</p> - -<ul> - <li>The documentation on the <a href="">Github</a> page.</li> - <li>By pressing Super+F1 while in the system itself at any time. (Also <a href="larbs_readme.pdf">here</a>.)</li> - <li>The many illustrative videos on <a target="_blank" href="">my YouTube channel</a>, some of which are easily watchable in LARBS by pressing <code>super+shift+e</code>.</li> - <li>By just installing it and diving in!</li> -</ul> - -<h2>Contact!</h2> - -<p>You can also ask me questions via email at <a href=""></a>.</p> - -<p>I'll be posting updates about LARBS on <a target="_blank" href="">my RSS feed</a>.</p> - -</html> diff --git a/style.css b/style.css @@ -1,31 +0,0 @@ -html { - background: linear-gradient(darkblue, orange) fixed; - padding-bottom: 400px; -} -body { - max-width: 750px; - margin-left: auto; - margin-right: auto; - margin-top: 30px; - background: #033; - color: #eee; - border-radius: 20px; - border-style: solid; - border-width: 5px; - border-color: #555; - padding: 10px; - } - -h1,h2,h3,h4 { - text-align: center; - } -h1 { - font-size: 48px; - text-shadow: 3px 0 black, 3px 3px black, 0 3px black; - } - -a { color: lightblue; } - -.image { - margin: auto; -}