karbs

my fork of LARBS with my builds of suckless and dotfiles
git clone git://git.kocotian.pl/karbs.git
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Author: kocotian <kocotian@kocotian.pl>
Date:   Thu, 11 Mar 2021 15:29:00 +0100

I really forgot to update this 😳😳

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diff --git a/FUNDING.yml b/FUNDING.yml @@ -1,3 +0,0 @@ -github: lukesmithxyz -custom: ["https://lukesmith.xyz/donate", "https://paypal.me/lukemsmith", "https://lukesmith.xyz/crypto"] -patreon: lukesmith diff --git a/README b/README @@ -0,0 +1,16 @@ +kocotian's Auto-Rice Bootstraping Scripts + +============ +INSTALLATION + +As root on Arch-based distro run: + curl -LO dl.kocotian.pl/karbs/karbs.sh + sh karbs.sh + +That's it. + +KARBS is a fork of LARBS, so I will not rewrite all README, +you can go here to read more about LARBS/KARBS: + https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/larbs + +Feel free to fork and use diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,74 +0,0 @@ -# Luke's Auto-Rice Bootstraping Scripts (LARBS) - - -## Installation: - -On an Arch based distribution as root, run the following: - -``` -curl -LO larbs.xyz/larbs.sh -sh larbs.sh -``` - -That's it. - -## What is LARBS? - -LARBS is a script that autoinstalls and autoconfigures a fully-functioning -and minimal terminal-and-vim-based Arch Linux environment. - -LARBS can be run on a fresh install of Arch or Artix Linux, and provides you -with a fully configured diving-board for work or more customization. - -## Customization - -By default, LARBS uses the programs [here in progs.csv](progs.csv) and installs -[my dotfiles repo (voidrice) here](https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/voidrice), -but you can easily change this by either modifying the default variables at the -beginning of the script or giving the script one of these options: - -- `-r`: custom dotfiles repository (URL) -- `-p`: custom programs list/dependencies (local file or URL) -- `-a`: a custom AUR helper (must be able to install with `-S` unless you - change the relevant line in the script - -### The `progs.csv` list - -LARBS will parse the given programs list and install all given programs. Note -that the programs file must be a three column `.csv`. - -The first column is a "tag" that determines how the program is installed, "" -(blank) for the main repository, `A` for via the AUR or `G` if the program is a -git repository that is meant to be `make && sudo make install`ed. `V`if it's for -the void linux distribution's xbps package manager. - -The second column is the name of the program in the repository, or the link to -the git repository, and the third comment is a description (should be a verb -phrase) that describes the program. During installation, LARBS will print out -this information in a grammatical sentence. It also doubles as documentation -for people who read the csv or who want to install my dotfiles manually. - -Depending on your own build, you may want to tactically order the programs in -your programs file. LARBS will install from the top to the bottom. - -If you include commas in your program descriptions, be sure to include double -quotes around the whole description to ensure correct parsing. - -### The script itself - -The script is extensively divided into functions for easier readability and -trouble-shooting. Most everything should be self-explanatory. - -The main work is done by the `installationloop` function, which iterates -through the programs file and determines based on the tag of each program, -which commands to run to install it. You can easily add new methods of -installations and tags as well. - -Note that programs from the AUR can only be built by a non-root user. What -LARBS does to bypass this by default is to temporarily allow the newly created -user to use `sudo` without a password (so the user won't be prompted for a -password multiple times in installation). This is done ad-hocly, but -effectively with the `newperms` function. At the end of installation, -`newperms` removes those settings, giving the user the ability to run only -several basic sudo commands without a password (`shutdown`, `reboot`, -`pacman -Syu`). diff --git a/karbs.sh b/karbs.sh @@ -0,0 +1,247 @@ +#!/bin/sh +# Kocotian's Auto Rice Boostrapping Script (KARBS) +# originally created by Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz> +# later changes by Kocotian <kocotian@kocotian.pl> +# License: GNU GPLv3 + +### OPTIONS AND VARIABLES ### + +while getopts ":a:r:b:p:h" o; do case "${o}" in + h) printf "Optional arguments for custom use:\\n -r: Dotfiles repository (local file or url)\\n -p: Dependencies and programs csv (local file or url)\\n -a: AUR helper (must have pacman-like syntax)\\n -h: Show this message\\n" && exit 1 ;; + r) dotfilesrepo=${OPTARG} && git ls-remote "$dotfilesrepo" || exit 1 ;; + b) repobranch=${OPTARG} ;; + p) progsfile=${OPTARG} ;; + a) aurhelper=${OPTARG} ;; + *) printf "Invalid option: -%s\\n" "$OPTARG" && exit 1 ;; +esac done + +[ -z "$dotfilesrepo" ] && dotfilesrepo="git://git.kocotian.pl/dotfiles.git" +[ -z "$progsfile" ] && progsfile="https://dl.kocotian.pl/karbs/progs.csv" +[ -z "$aurhelper" ] && aurhelper="yay" +[ -z "$repobranch" ] && repobranch="master" + +### FUNCTIONS ### + +installpkg(){ pacman --noconfirm --needed -S "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1 ;} + +error() { clear; printf "ERROR:\\n%s\\n" "$1" >&2; exit 1;} + +welcomemsg() { \ + dialog --title "Welcome!" --msgbox "Welcome to Kocotian's Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Script!\\n\\nThis script will automatically install a fully-featured Linux desktop, which I use as my main machine. This script is fork of LARBS which you can get on github.\\n\\n-Luke + Kocotian" 10 60 + + dialog --colors --title "Important Note!" --yes-label "All ready!" --no-label "Return..." --yesno "Be sure the computer you are using has current pacman updates and refreshed Arch keyrings.\\n\\nIf it does not, the installation of some programs might fail." 8 70 + } + +getuserandpass() { \ + # Prompts user for new username an password. + name=$(dialog --inputbox "First, please enter a name for the user account." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) || exit 1 + while ! echo "$name" | grep -q "^[a-z_][a-z0-9_-]*$"; do + name=$(dialog --no-cancel --inputbox "Username not valid. Give a username beginning with a letter, with only lowercase letters, - or _." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) + done + pass1=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Enter a password for that user." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) + pass2=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Retype password." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) + while ! [ "$pass1" = "$pass2" ]; do + unset pass2 + pass1=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Passwords do not match.\\n\\nEnter password again." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) + pass2=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Retype password." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) + done ;} + +usercheck() { \ + ! { id -u "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1; } || + dialog --colors --title "WARNING!" --yes-label "CONTINUE" --no-label "No wait..." --yesno "The user \`$name\` already exists on this system. KARBS can install for a user already existing, but it will \\Zboverwrite\\Zn any conflicting settings/dotfiles on the user account.\\n\\nKARBS will \\Zbnot\\Zn overwrite your user files, documents, videos, etc., so don't worry about that, but only click <CONTINUE> if you don't mind your settings being overwritten.\\n\\nNote also that KARBS will change $name's password to the one you just gave." 14 70 + } + +preinstallmsg() { \ + dialog --title "Let's get this party started!" --yes-label "Let's go!" --no-label "No, nevermind!" --yesno "The rest of the installation will now be totally automated, so you can sit back and relax.\\n\\nIt will take some time, but when done, you can relax even more with your complete system.\\n\\nNow just press <Let's go!> and the system will begin installation!" 13 60 || { clear; exit 1; } + } + +adduserandpass() { \ + # Adds user `$name` with password $pass1. + dialog --infobox "Adding user \"$name\"..." 4 50 + useradd -m -g wheel -s /bin/zsh "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1 || + usermod -a -G wheel "$name" && mkdir -p /home/"$name" && chown "$name":wheel /home/"$name" + repodir="/home/$name/.local/src"; mkdir -p "$repodir"; chown -R "$name":wheel "$(dirname "$repodir")" + echo "$name:$pass1" | chpasswd + unset pass1 pass2 ;} + +refreshkeys() { \ + dialog --infobox "Refreshing Arch Keyring..." 4 40 + pacman -Q artix-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 && pacman --noconfirm -S artix-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 + pacman --noconfirm -S archlinux-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 + } + +newperms() { # Set special sudoers settings for install (or after). + sed -i "/#KARBS/d" /etc/sudoers + echo "$* #KARBS" >> /etc/sudoers ;} + +manualinstall() { # Installs $1 manually if not installed. Used only for AUR helper here. + [ -f "/usr/bin/$1" ] || ( + dialog --infobox "Installing \"$1\", an AUR helper..." 4 50 + cd /tmp || exit 1 + rm -rf /tmp/"$1"* + curl -sO https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/snapshot/"$1".tar.gz && + sudo -u "$name" tar -xvf "$1".tar.gz >/dev/null 2>&1 && + cd "$1" && + sudo -u "$name" makepkg --noconfirm -si >/dev/null 2>&1 + cd /tmp || return 1) ;} + +maininstall() { # Installs all needed programs from main repo. + dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$1\` ($n of $total). $1 $2" 5 70 + installpkg "$1" + } + +gitmakeinstall() { + progname="$(basename "$1" .git)" + dir="$repodir/$progname" + dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$progname\` ($n of $total) via \`git\` and \`make\`. $(basename "$1") $2" 5 70 + sudo -u "$name" git clone --depth 1 "$1" "$dir" >/dev/null 2>&1 || { cd "$dir" || return 1 ; sudo -u "$name" git pull --force origin master;} + cd "$dir" || exit 1 + make >/dev/null 2>&1 + make install >/dev/null 2>&1 + cd /tmp || return 1 ;} + +aurinstall() { \ + dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$1\` ($n of $total) from the AUR. $1 $2" 5 70 + echo "$aurinstalled" | grep -q "^$1$" && return 1 + sudo -u "$name" $aurhelper -S --noconfirm "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1 + } + +pipinstall() { \ + dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing the Python package \`$1\` ($n of $total). $1 $2" 5 70 + [ -x "$(command -v "pip")" ] || installpkg python-pip >/dev/null 2>&1 + yes | pip install "$1" + } + +installationloop() { \ + ([ -f "$progsfile" ] && cp "$progsfile" /tmp/progs.csv) || curl -Ls "$progsfile" | sed '/^#/d' > /tmp/progs.csv + total=$(wc -l < /tmp/progs.csv) + aurinstalled=$(pacman -Qqm) + while IFS=, read -r tag program comment; do + n=$((n+1)) + echo "$comment" | grep -q "^\".*\"$" && comment="$(echo "$comment" | sed "s/\(^\"\|\"$\)//g")" + case "$tag" in + "A") aurinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; + "G") gitmakeinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; + "P") pipinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; + *) maininstall "$program" "$comment" ;; + esac + done < /tmp/progs.csv ;} + +putgitrepo() { # Downloads a gitrepo $1 and places the files in $2 only overwriting conflicts + dialog --infobox "Downloading and installing config files..." 4 60 + [ -z "$3" ] && branch="master" || branch="$repobranch" + dir=$(mktemp -d) + [ ! -d "$2" ] && mkdir -p "$2" + chown -R "$name":wheel "$dir" "$2" + sudo -u "$name" git clone --recursive -b "$branch" --depth 1 "$1" "$dir" >/dev/null 2>&1 + sudo -u "$name" cp -rfT "$dir" "$2" + } + +systembeepoff() { dialog --infobox "Getting rid of that retarded error beep sound..." 10 50 + rmmod pcspkr + echo "blacklist pcspkr" > /etc/modprobe.d/nobeep.conf ;} + +finalize(){ \ + dialog --infobox "Preparing welcome message..." 4 50 + dialog --title "All done!" --msgbox "Congrats! Provided there were no hidden errors, the script completed successfully and all the programs and configuration files should be in place.\\n\\nTo run the new graphical environment, log out and log back in as your new user, then run the command \"startx\" to start the graphical environment (it will start automatically in tty1).\\n\\n.t Luke + Kocotian" 12 80 + } + +### THE ACTUAL SCRIPT ### + +### This is how everything happens in an intuitive format and order. + +# Check if user is root on Arch distro. Install dialog. +pacman --noconfirm --needed -Sy dialog || error "Are you sure you're running this as the root user, are on an Arch-based distribution and have an internet connection?" + +# Welcome user and pick dotfiles. +welcomemsg || error "User exited." + +# Get and verify username and password. +getuserandpass || error "User exited." + +# Give warning if user already exists. +usercheck || error "User exited." + +# Last chance for user to back out before install. +preinstallmsg || error "User exited." + +### The rest of the script requires no user input. + +# Refresh Arch keyrings. +refreshkeys || error "Error automatically refreshing Arch keyring. Consider doing so manually." + +for x in curl base-devel git ntp zsh; do + dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$x\` which is required to install and configure other programs." 5 70 + installpkg "$x" +done + +dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Synchronizing system time to ensure successful and secure installation of software..." 4 70 +ntpdate 0.us.pool.ntp.org >/dev/null 2>&1 + +adduserandpass || error "Error adding username and/or password." + +[ -f /etc/sudoers.pacnew ] && cp /etc/sudoers.pacnew /etc/sudoers # Just in case + +# Allow user to run sudo without password. Since AUR programs must be installed +# in a fakeroot environment, this is required for all builds with AUR. +newperms "%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL" + +# Make pacman and yay colorful and adds eye candy on the progress bar because why not. +grep -q "^Color" /etc/pacman.conf || sed -i "s/^#Color$/Color/" /etc/pacman.conf +grep -q "ILoveCandy" /etc/pacman.conf || sed -i "/#VerbosePkgLists/a ILoveCandy" /etc/pacman.conf + +# Use all cores for compilation. +sed -i "s/-j2/-j$(nproc)/;s/^#MAKEFLAGS/MAKEFLAGS/" /etc/makepkg.conf + +manualinstall $aurhelper || error "Failed to install AUR helper." + +# The command that does all the installing. Reads the progs.csv file and +# installs each needed program the way required. Be sure to run this only after +# the user has been created and has priviledges to run sudo without a password +# and all build dependencies are installed. +installationloop + +dialog --title "KARBS Installation" --infobox "Finally, installing \`libxft-bgra\` to enable color emoji in suckless software without crashes." 5 70 +yes | sudo -u "$name" $aurhelper -S libxft-bgra-git >/dev/null 2>&1 + +# Install the dotfiles in the user's home directory +putgitrepo "$dotfilesrepo" "/home/$name" "$repobranch" +rm -f "/home/$name/README.md" "/home/$name/LICENSE" "/home/$name/FUNDING.yml" +# make git ignore deleted LICENSE & README.md files +git update-index --assume-unchanged "/home/$name/README.md" "/home/$name/LICENSE" "/home/$name/FUNDING.yml" + +# Most important command! Get rid of the beep! +systembeepoff + +# Make zsh the default shell for the user. +chsh -s /bin/zsh "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1 +sudo -u "$name" mkdir -p "/home/$name/.cache/zsh/" + +# dbus UUID must be generated for Artix runit. +dbus-uuidgen > /var/lib/dbus/machine-id + +# Tap to click +[ ! -f /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-libinput.conf ] && printf 'Section "InputClass" + Identifier "libinput touchpad catchall" + MatchIsTouchpad "on" + MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" + Driver "libinput" + # Enable left mouse button by tapping + Option "Tapping" "on" +EndSection' > /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-libinput.conf + +# Fix fluidsynth/pulseaudio issue. +grep -q "OTHER_OPTS='-a pulseaudio -m alsa_seq -r 48000'" /etc/conf.d/fluidsynth || + echo "OTHER_OPTS='-a pulseaudio -m alsa_seq -r 48000'" >> /etc/conf.d/fluidsynth + +# Start/restart PulseAudio. +killall pulseaudio; sudo -u "$name" pulseaudio --start + +# This line, overwriting the `newperms` command above will allow the user to run +# serveral important commands, `shutdown`, `reboot`, updating, etc. without a password. +newperms "%wheel ALL=(ALL) ALL #KARBS +%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/shutdown,/usr/bin/reboot,/usr/bin/systemctl suspend,/usr/bin/wifi-menu,/usr/bin/mount,/usr/bin/umount,/usr/bin/pacman -Syu,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyu,/usr/bin/packer -Syu,/usr/bin/packer -Syyu,/usr/bin/systemctl restart NetworkManager,/usr/bin/rc-service NetworkManager restart,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyu --noconfirm,/usr/bin/loadkeys,/usr/bin/yay,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyuw --noconfirm" + +# Last message! Install complete! +finalize +clear diff --git a/larbs.sh b/larbs.sh @@ -1,246 +0,0 @@ -#!/bin/sh -# Luke's Auto Rice Boostrapping Script (LARBS) -# by Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz> -# License: GNU GPLv3 - -### OPTIONS AND VARIABLES ### - -while getopts ":a:r:b:p:h" o; do case "${o}" in - h) printf "Optional arguments for custom use:\\n -r: Dotfiles repository (local file or url)\\n -p: Dependencies and programs csv (local file or url)\\n -a: AUR helper (must have pacman-like syntax)\\n -h: Show this message\\n" && exit 1 ;; - r) dotfilesrepo=${OPTARG} && git ls-remote "$dotfilesrepo" || exit 1 ;; - b) repobranch=${OPTARG} ;; - p) progsfile=${OPTARG} ;; - a) aurhelper=${OPTARG} ;; - *) printf "Invalid option: -%s\\n" "$OPTARG" && exit 1 ;; -esac done - -[ -z "$dotfilesrepo" ] && dotfilesrepo="https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/voidrice.git" -[ -z "$progsfile" ] && progsfile="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/LukeSmithxyz/LARBS/master/progs.csv" -[ -z "$aurhelper" ] && aurhelper="yay" -[ -z "$repobranch" ] && repobranch="master" - -### FUNCTIONS ### - -installpkg(){ pacman --noconfirm --needed -S "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1 ;} - -error() { clear; printf "ERROR:\\n%s\\n" "$1" >&2; exit 1;} - -welcomemsg() { \ - dialog --title "Welcome!" --msgbox "Welcome to Luke's Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Script!\\n\\nThis script will automatically install a fully-featured Linux desktop, which I use as my main machine.\\n\\n-Luke" 10 60 - - dialog --colors --title "Important Note!" --yes-label "All ready!" --no-label "Return..." --yesno "Be sure the computer you are using has current pacman updates and refreshed Arch keyrings.\\n\\nIf it does not, the installation of some programs might fail." 8 70 - } - -getuserandpass() { \ - # Prompts user for new username an password. - name=$(dialog --inputbox "First, please enter a name for the user account." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) || exit 1 - while ! echo "$name" | grep -q "^[a-z_][a-z0-9_-]*$"; do - name=$(dialog --no-cancel --inputbox "Username not valid. Give a username beginning with a letter, with only lowercase letters, - or _." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) - done - pass1=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Enter a password for that user." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) - pass2=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Retype password." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) - while ! [ "$pass1" = "$pass2" ]; do - unset pass2 - pass1=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Passwords do not match.\\n\\nEnter password again." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) - pass2=$(dialog --no-cancel --passwordbox "Retype password." 10 60 3>&1 1>&2 2>&3 3>&1) - done ;} - -usercheck() { \ - ! { id -u "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1; } || - dialog --colors --title "WARNING!" --yes-label "CONTINUE" --no-label "No wait..." --yesno "The user \`$name\` already exists on this system. LARBS can install for a user already existing, but it will \\Zboverwrite\\Zn any conflicting settings/dotfiles on the user account.\\n\\nLARBS will \\Zbnot\\Zn overwrite your user files, documents, videos, etc., so don't worry about that, but only click <CONTINUE> if you don't mind your settings being overwritten.\\n\\nNote also that LARBS will change $name's password to the one you just gave." 14 70 - } - -preinstallmsg() { \ - dialog --title "Let's get this party started!" --yes-label "Let's go!" --no-label "No, nevermind!" --yesno "The rest of the installation will now be totally automated, so you can sit back and relax.\\n\\nIt will take some time, but when done, you can relax even more with your complete system.\\n\\nNow just press <Let's go!> and the system will begin installation!" 13 60 || { clear; exit 1; } - } - -adduserandpass() { \ - # Adds user `$name` with password $pass1. - dialog --infobox "Adding user \"$name\"..." 4 50 - useradd -m -g wheel -s /bin/zsh "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1 || - usermod -a -G wheel "$name" && mkdir -p /home/"$name" && chown "$name":wheel /home/"$name" - repodir="/home/$name/.local/src"; mkdir -p "$repodir"; chown -R "$name":wheel "$(dirname "$repodir")" - echo "$name:$pass1" | chpasswd - unset pass1 pass2 ;} - -refreshkeys() { \ - dialog --infobox "Refreshing Arch Keyring..." 4 40 - pacman -Q artix-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 && pacman --noconfirm -S artix-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 - pacman --noconfirm -S archlinux-keyring >/dev/null 2>&1 - } - -newperms() { # Set special sudoers settings for install (or after). - sed -i "/#LARBS/d" /etc/sudoers - echo "$* #LARBS" >> /etc/sudoers ;} - -manualinstall() { # Installs $1 manually if not installed. Used only for AUR helper here. - [ -f "/usr/bin/$1" ] || ( - dialog --infobox "Installing \"$1\", an AUR helper..." 4 50 - cd /tmp || exit 1 - rm -rf /tmp/"$1"* - curl -sO https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/snapshot/"$1".tar.gz && - sudo -u "$name" tar -xvf "$1".tar.gz >/dev/null 2>&1 && - cd "$1" && - sudo -u "$name" makepkg --noconfirm -si >/dev/null 2>&1 - cd /tmp || return 1) ;} - -maininstall() { # Installs all needed programs from main repo. - dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$1\` ($n of $total). $1 $2" 5 70 - installpkg "$1" - } - -gitmakeinstall() { - progname="$(basename "$1" .git)" - dir="$repodir/$progname" - dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$progname\` ($n of $total) via \`git\` and \`make\`. $(basename "$1") $2" 5 70 - sudo -u "$name" git clone --depth 1 "$1" "$dir" >/dev/null 2>&1 || { cd "$dir" || return 1 ; sudo -u "$name" git pull --force origin master;} - cd "$dir" || exit 1 - make >/dev/null 2>&1 - make install >/dev/null 2>&1 - cd /tmp || return 1 ;} - -aurinstall() { \ - dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$1\` ($n of $total) from the AUR. $1 $2" 5 70 - echo "$aurinstalled" | grep -q "^$1$" && return 1 - sudo -u "$name" $aurhelper -S --noconfirm "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1 - } - -pipinstall() { \ - dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing the Python package \`$1\` ($n of $total). $1 $2" 5 70 - [ -x "$(command -v "pip")" ] || installpkg python-pip >/dev/null 2>&1 - yes | pip install "$1" - } - -installationloop() { \ - ([ -f "$progsfile" ] && cp "$progsfile" /tmp/progs.csv) || curl -Ls "$progsfile" | sed '/^#/d' > /tmp/progs.csv - total=$(wc -l < /tmp/progs.csv) - aurinstalled=$(pacman -Qqm) - while IFS=, read -r tag program comment; do - n=$((n+1)) - echo "$comment" | grep -q "^\".*\"$" && comment="$(echo "$comment" | sed "s/\(^\"\|\"$\)//g")" - case "$tag" in - "A") aurinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; - "G") gitmakeinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; - "P") pipinstall "$program" "$comment" ;; - *) maininstall "$program" "$comment" ;; - esac - done < /tmp/progs.csv ;} - -putgitrepo() { # Downloads a gitrepo $1 and places the files in $2 only overwriting conflicts - dialog --infobox "Downloading and installing config files..." 4 60 - [ -z "$3" ] && branch="master" || branch="$repobranch" - dir=$(mktemp -d) - [ ! -d "$2" ] && mkdir -p "$2" - chown -R "$name":wheel "$dir" "$2" - sudo -u "$name" git clone --recursive -b "$branch" --depth 1 "$1" "$dir" >/dev/null 2>&1 - sudo -u "$name" cp -rfT "$dir" "$2" - } - -systembeepoff() { dialog --infobox "Getting rid of that retarded error beep sound..." 10 50 - rmmod pcspkr - echo "blacklist pcspkr" > /etc/modprobe.d/nobeep.conf ;} - -finalize(){ \ - dialog --infobox "Preparing welcome message..." 4 50 - dialog --title "All done!" --msgbox "Congrats! Provided there were no hidden errors, the script completed successfully and all the programs and configuration files should be in place.\\n\\nTo run the new graphical environment, log out and log back in as your new user, then run the command \"startx\" to start the graphical environment (it will start automatically in tty1).\\n\\n.t Luke" 12 80 - } - -### THE ACTUAL SCRIPT ### - -### This is how everything happens in an intuitive format and order. - -# Check if user is root on Arch distro. Install dialog. -pacman --noconfirm --needed -Sy dialog || error "Are you sure you're running this as the root user, are on an Arch-based distribution and have an internet connection?" - -# Welcome user and pick dotfiles. -welcomemsg || error "User exited." - -# Get and verify username and password. -getuserandpass || error "User exited." - -# Give warning if user already exists. -usercheck || error "User exited." - -# Last chance for user to back out before install. -preinstallmsg || error "User exited." - -### The rest of the script requires no user input. - -# Refresh Arch keyrings. -refreshkeys || error "Error automatically refreshing Arch keyring. Consider doing so manually." - -for x in curl base-devel git ntp zsh; do - dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Installing \`$x\` which is required to install and configure other programs." 5 70 - installpkg "$x" -done - -dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Synchronizing system time to ensure successful and secure installation of software..." 4 70 -ntpdate 0.us.pool.ntp.org >/dev/null 2>&1 - -adduserandpass || error "Error adding username and/or password." - -[ -f /etc/sudoers.pacnew ] && cp /etc/sudoers.pacnew /etc/sudoers # Just in case - -# Allow user to run sudo without password. Since AUR programs must be installed -# in a fakeroot environment, this is required for all builds with AUR. -newperms "%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL" - -# Make pacman and yay colorful and adds eye candy on the progress bar because why not. -grep -q "^Color" /etc/pacman.conf || sed -i "s/^#Color$/Color/" /etc/pacman.conf -grep -q "ILoveCandy" /etc/pacman.conf || sed -i "/#VerbosePkgLists/a ILoveCandy" /etc/pacman.conf - -# Use all cores for compilation. -sed -i "s/-j2/-j$(nproc)/;s/^#MAKEFLAGS/MAKEFLAGS/" /etc/makepkg.conf - -manualinstall $aurhelper || error "Failed to install AUR helper." - -# The command that does all the installing. Reads the progs.csv file and -# installs each needed program the way required. Be sure to run this only after -# the user has been created and has priviledges to run sudo without a password -# and all build dependencies are installed. -installationloop - -dialog --title "LARBS Installation" --infobox "Finally, installing \`libxft-bgra\` to enable color emoji in suckless software without crashes." 5 70 -yes | sudo -u "$name" $aurhelper -S libxft-bgra-git >/dev/null 2>&1 - -# Install the dotfiles in the user's home directory -putgitrepo "$dotfilesrepo" "/home/$name" "$repobranch" -rm -f "/home/$name/README.md" "/home/$name/LICENSE" "/home/$name/FUNDING.yml" -# make git ignore deleted LICENSE & README.md files -git update-index --assume-unchanged "/home/$name/README.md" "/home/$name/LICENSE" "/home/$name/FUNDING.yml" - -# Most important command! Get rid of the beep! -systembeepoff - -# Make zsh the default shell for the user. -chsh -s /bin/zsh "$name" >/dev/null 2>&1 -sudo -u "$name" mkdir -p "/home/$name/.cache/zsh/" - -# dbus UUID must be generated for Artix runit. -dbus-uuidgen > /var/lib/dbus/machine-id - -# Tap to click -[ ! -f /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-libinput.conf ] && printf 'Section "InputClass" - Identifier "libinput touchpad catchall" - MatchIsTouchpad "on" - MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" - Driver "libinput" - # Enable left mouse button by tapping - Option "Tapping" "on" -EndSection' > /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-libinput.conf - -# Fix fluidsynth/pulseaudio issue. -grep -q "OTHER_OPTS='-a pulseaudio -m alsa_seq -r 48000'" /etc/conf.d/fluidsynth || - echo "OTHER_OPTS='-a pulseaudio -m alsa_seq -r 48000'" >> /etc/conf.d/fluidsynth - -# Start/restart PulseAudio. -killall pulseaudio; sudo -u "$name" pulseaudio --start - -# This line, overwriting the `newperms` command above will allow the user to run -# serveral important commands, `shutdown`, `reboot`, updating, etc. without a password. -newperms "%wheel ALL=(ALL) ALL #LARBS -%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/shutdown,/usr/bin/reboot,/usr/bin/systemctl suspend,/usr/bin/wifi-menu,/usr/bin/mount,/usr/bin/umount,/usr/bin/pacman -Syu,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyu,/usr/bin/packer -Syu,/usr/bin/packer -Syyu,/usr/bin/systemctl restart NetworkManager,/usr/bin/rc-service NetworkManager restart,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyu --noconfirm,/usr/bin/loadkeys,/usr/bin/yay,/usr/bin/pacman -Syyuw --noconfirm" - -# Last message! Install complete! -finalize -clear diff --git a/progs.csv b/progs.csv @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ ,xorg-server,"is the graphical server." ,xorg-xwininfo,"allows querying information about windows." ,xorg-xinit,"starts the graphical server." -,ttf-linux-libertine,"provides the sans and serif fonts for LARBS." +,ttf-linux-libertine,"provides the sans and serif fonts for KARBS." A,lf-git,"is an extensive terminal file manager that everyone likes." ,arandr,"is a UI for screen adjustment." ,bc,"is used for a dropdown calculator." @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ A,lf-git,"is an extensive terminal file manager that everyone likes." ,xwallpaper,"sets the wallpaper." ,ffmpeg,"can record and splice video and audio on the command line." ,gnome-keyring,"serves as the system keyring." -A,gtk-theme-arc-gruvbox-git,"gives the dark GTK theme used in LARBS." +A,gtk-theme-arc-gruvbox-git,"gives the dark GTK theme used in KARBS." ,neovim,"a tidier vim with some useful features" ,mpd,"is a lightweight music daemon." ,mpc,"is a terminal interface for mpd." @@ -25,11 +25,11 @@ A,gtk-theme-arc-gruvbox-git,"gives the dark GTK theme used in LARBS." ,man-db,"lets you read man pages of programs." ,ncmpcpp,"a ncurses interface for music with multiple formats and a powerful tag editor." ,newsboat,"is a terminal RSS client." -A,brave-bin,"is an elegant browser with built-in adblocking, tor and other features." ,noto-fonts-emoji,"is an emoji font." ,ntfs-3g,"allows accessing NTFS partitions." ,pulseaudio-alsa,"is the audio system." ,pulsemixer,"is an audio controller." +,pulseeffects,"is a pack of audio tweaking tools for pulse." ,pamixer,"is a command-line audio interface." A,sc-im,"is an Excel-like terminal spreadsheet manager." ,maim,"can take quick screenshots at your request." @@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ A,sc-im,"is an Excel-like terminal spreadsheet manager." ,unrar,"extracts rar's." ,unzip,"unzips zips." ,lynx,"is a terminal browser." -,xcape,"gives the special escape/super mappings of LARBS." +,xcape,"gives the special escape/super mappings of KARBS." ,xclip,"allows for copying and pasting from the command line." ,xdotool,"provides window action utilities on the command line." ,xorg-xdpyinfo,"aids with resolution determination and screen recording." @@ -51,12 +51,14 @@ A,sc-im,"is an Excel-like terminal spreadsheet manager." ,fzf,"is a fuzzy finder tool." ,highlight,"can highlight code output." ,xorg-xbacklight,"enables changing screen brightness levels." +,webkit2gtk,"is a web browser engine used by surf browser." A,zsh-fast-syntax-highlighting,"provides syntax highlighting in the shell." A,task-spooler,"queues commands or files for download." A,simple-mtpfs,"enables the mounting of cell phones." -G,https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/dwmblocks.git,"serves as the modular status bar." -G,https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/dmenu.git,"runs commands and provides a UI for selection." -G,https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/st.git,"is my custom build of suckless's terminal emulator." -G,https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/dwm.git,"is the window manager." +G,git://git.kocotian.pl/dwmblocks.git,"serves as the modular status bar." +G,git://git.kocotian.pl/dmenu.git,"runs commands and provides a UI for selection." +G,git://git.kocotian.pl/st.git,"is my custom build of suckless's terminal emulator." +G,git://git.kocotian.pl/dwm.git,"is the window manager." +G,git://git.kocotian.pl/surf.git,"is a lightweight browser" A,mutt-wizard-git,"is a light-weight terminal-based email system." ,slock,"allows you to lock your computer, and quickly unlock with your password."