You all are kidding, aren’t you?!! Off course,
CANTATA (the mpd client).
It’s head and shoulders above all the rest, in fact, sorry folks, all the others are jokes!
Lollypop, a seemingly new player, looks somewhat promising though I haven’t tried it. Babe-qt looks promising too but seems to be in danger of tight KDE integration in the future.
Replying from the USB clone and will shortly edit the post as solved with the final scheme.
Fluxbox, yes, it is great, (much) better than Openbox as far as I can remember Openbox, more stable than earth itself, very light, with the best hotkey implementation, better then the miserable(!) kwin etc. It has even a panel as well… Well…
Hi and thank you for Antergos.
Previously in Arch installed via evo-lution (so I’m not a “real” archer) I was using the following cloning scheme in a MBR-BIOS system successfully (the target external USB drive has two partitions, ArchBackup and Audio/Video; ArchBackup was being used for the whole system):
Remove lvm2 as it has created issues before.
sudo mkdir /mnt/Arch
sudo mount /dev/sdXY /mnt/Arch
sudo rsync -aAXPu --info=progress2 --delete-after --exclude="/boot/grub/*" --exclude="/boot/initramfs-linux.img" --exclude="/boot/initramfs-linux-fallback.img" --exclude="/boot/initramfs-linux-lts.img" --exclude="/boot/initramfs-linux-lts-fallback.img" --exclude="/etc/fstab" --exclude="/etc/machine-id" --exclude="/dev/*" --exclude="/proc/*" --exclude="/sys/*" --exclude="/tmp/*" --exclude="/run/*" --exclude="/mnt/*" --exclude="/media/*" --exclude="/lost+found" --exclude="/home/*/.thumbnails/" --exclude="/home/*/.cache/" --exclude="/home/*/.local/share/Trash/" --exclude="/home/*/.gvfs/" / /mnt/Arch/
Create the new /etc/fstab for the first clonning.
sudo arch-chroot /mnt/Arch /usr/bin/mkinitcpio -p linux
sudo arch-chroot /mnt/Arch grub-install --target=i386-pc --debug --boot-directory=/boot /dev/sdX
sudo arch-chroot /mnt/Arch grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
But now with Antergos in the same machine (I believe) in a GPT-BIOS system I’ve got /boot as a separate partition. Accordingly I have partitioned my external USB like so
sdb1 ext4 255 MB with boot flag
sdb3 ext4 90 GB ArchBackup
And tried this clonning scheme:
And with help from mod joekamprad the following clonning scheme works:
sudo mkdir -p /mnt/Arch/boot
sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /mnt/Arch && sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/Arch/boot
The rest is the same.
A very capable viewer (annotation, highlighting, copying, setting background and foreground colour, synctex synchronization) with minimal dependencies, very fine for any platform, without alternative for a qt5 desktop like lxqt.
A very capable image album / light editor (cropping, colour manipulation, thumbnails, custom actions etc.) with minimal dependencies, very fine for any platform, without alternative for a qt5 desktop like lxqt.
Qt5 version of zenity for a qt5 desktop, like lxqt.