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Added the yadm bit

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Phuntsok Drak-pa 3 years ago
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unrar usbutils util-linux valgrind vi vim vulkan-headers w3m wget which \
whois x11-ssh-askpass xclip xdg-user-dirs-gtk xf86-input-wacom \
xf86-video-intel xfce4-power-manager xfsprogs xorg-server xorg-xinit
xss-lock
xss-lock yadm
#+END_SRC
Given how many packages will be install from the AUR, I’ll probably have to
type my password a few times.
** Set up =yadm=
=yadm= is my dotfiles manager. It has some very interesting, including host
and machine-specific files and file content, as can be seen in
=dotfiles/.config/i3/config##yadm.j2=.
*** Get the dotfiles
You should clone the dotfiles with the help of =yadm=. For that purpose, you
can execute either of the two following commands.
- From [[https://labs.phundrak.fr/phundrak/dotfiles][labs.phundrak.fr]]:
#+BEGIN_SRC fish :dir ~ :exports code
yadm clone https://labs.phundrak.fr/phundrak/dotfiles.git
#+END_SRC
- From [[https://github.com/phundrak/dotfiles][Github]]:
#+BEGIN_SRC fish :dir ~ :exports code
yadm clone https://gitlab.com/phundrak/dotfiles.git
#+END_SRC
*** Generate the alt dotfiles
=yadm= will need to generate the host-specific dotfiles. To do so, you can
run the following command:
#+BEGIN_SRC fish :dir ~ :exports code
yadm alt
#+END_SRC
** Set up Emacs
The first thing to do after setting up our system is setting up Emacs.

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