My Thinkpad T500 - Debian - lenniedevo

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Common commands

alsamixergui gvim iceweasel mocp thunar weechat wicd-gtk

Second Install on SSD

Used Debian Jessie netinst CD

Use wired ethernet. Wireless firmware will be installed later.

At install menu

  • print server
  • ssh server

hostname: lenniedevo

Add contrib,non-free to /etc/apt/sources.list
        apt-get update
        apt-get dist-upgrade
        apt-get autoclean
        apt-get autoremove
        apt-get install firmware-linux-nonfree
apt-get install firmware-iwlwifi
install sudo and friends
        apt-get install vim tmux git sudo
        adduser craig sudo
apt-git install lightdm
        apt-get install i3 
        apt-get install weechat moc
        apt-get install alsamixergui
        apt-get install vim-gtk
        apt-get install thunar iceweasel icedove gedit
        apt-get install alsa-utils
        apt-get install rxvt-unicode-256color terminator
        apt-get install gparted gnome-disk-utility
        apt-get install wicd wicd-curses wicd-gtk
        adduser yourusername netdev



wicd at launchpad

A network connection manager that aims to simplify wired and wireless networking in Linux.

Development for Wicd happens on #wicd on Freenode

Debian - How to use a WiFi interface

wicd (Wireless Interface Connection Daemon) is a lightweight alternative to NetworkManager. It is environment-independent, making it suitable for all desktop environments, including GNOME, Xfce, LXDE, and Fluxbox. Like NetworkManager, wicd is configured via a graphical interface.

i3 and xfce - Xfce 4.10 tour

crunchbang - Index » WM/DE Talk » Xfce 4.10 is great !

gotbletu on youtube - XFCE Tiling - Aero Snap Style - Linux XFCE

Manjaro Linux Forum » Technical Issues and Assistance » Tutorials » I3 tiling window manager with XFCE