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commit 0acdb5b950b22b0ea37baa09e4a184b6c10e47f3
parent 09632e19ce560ebd9ea968c7170eadd8e7555e71
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Sun, 24 Nov 2019 06:37:56 -0500

big xinit fix

Diffstat:
M.xinitrc | 40+++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------
1 file changed, 25 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.xinitrc b/.xinitrc @@ -1,16 +1,8 @@ -#!/bin/sh +#!/usr/bin/env sh # xinitrc runs automatically when you run startx. -# There are some small but important commands that need to be run when we start -# the graphical environment. I keep those commands in ~/.xprofile because that -# file is run automatically if someone uses a display manager (login screen) -# and so they are needed there. To prevent doubling up commands, I source them -# here with the line below. - -[ -f ~/.xprofile ] && . ~/.xprofile - -startlarbs() { +guesswm() { # Here, LARBS decides whether to boot dwm or i3. It will boot what is manually # set in ~/.local/share/larbs/wm, otherwise it will test to see if dwm is # installed, in which case it will load dwm. It will assume i3 otherwise. @@ -30,17 +22,35 @@ startlarbs() { dwm) export FILE="lf" export STATUSBAR="dwmblocks" - # The loop is just to enable dwm's "restart" feature (mod+F2). - while :; do - ssh-agent dwm || break - done + startlarbs() { # The loop is just to enable dwm's "restart" feature (mod+F2). + while :; do + ssh-agent dwm || break + done ;} ;; i3) export FILE="ranger" export STATUSBAR="i3blocks" - exec i3 + startlarbs() { exec i3 ;} ;; *) echo "No valid LARBS window manager detected." ;; esac ;} +guesswm + +# There are some small but important commands that need to be run when we start +# the graphical environment. I keep those commands in ~/.xprofile because that +# file is run automatically if someone uses a display manager (login screen) +# and so they are needed there. To prevent doubling up commands, I source them +# here with the line below. + +[ -f ~/.xprofile ] && . ~/.xprofile + +# There are some small but important commands that need to be run when we start +# the graphical environment. I keep those commands in ~/.xprofile because that +# file is run automatically if someone uses a display manager (login screen) +# and so they are needed there. To prevent doubling up commands, I source them +# here with the line below. + +[ -f ~/.xprofile ] && . ~/.xprofile + startlarbs