Author: Cem Keylan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2019 23:15:53 +0300
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-**This is not a fork of LARBS**
+**Cem's Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Script** *(Not a fork of LARBS)*
-I wanted to make a custom script that will make it easy for people to install my rice. However, this is really an amateur grade script.
+Documentation is also installed in /usr/share/doc/carbs/documentation.pdf
+CARBS is a bash script for installing a meta desktop environment on Arch Linux and derivatives.
+I wanted to make a custom script that will make it easy for people to install my rice.
I have successfully tested this script on a
1. Fresh install of Arch x86_64 x86
1. Fresh install of Manjaro x86_64 x86
1. Fresh install of Anarchy Linux x86_64
+I occasionally test the script on my laptops, but I test every single commit on a container environment to make sure it works.
Currently, this script runs very well on 64-bit. You can install it on 32-bit as well, however, there are some problems with compton on 32-bit, I am looking into that. ARMv8 (or aarch64, you name it) currently does NOT work. My plan for ARM is to create a new rice and integrate it into this script.
-## The name CARBS
-Yeah, I like Luke Smith. But there a few reasons this script is called CARBS.
-1. My name is Cem, lol.
-1. I am not aiming to be a bloat-free, POSIX compliant script writer like Luke. This script is bloated. Like carbohydrates, or carbs. Most of the Arch users use Bash, and 99% of the users have it installed anyway, so I ain't going to bother myself writing a POSIX shell script.
-1. Okay, the biggest reason is Carbohydrates. It makes me giggle every time I use the script.
+## Ideas and Suggestions
+If you have problems, or suggestions feel free send me a mail at [email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
+You modified my dotfiles, CARBS, or the documentation? Great! Send me the patch files via mail. I would really appreciate feedback.