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     1 # Software I use
     2 
     3 This is a list of (some of) the software I use. Some of these are also in the list of my git repositories.
     4 
     5 ## Basic
     6 
     7 ### Linux distribution
     8 => https://artixlinux.org Artix with runit
     9 Artix is a fork of Arch where systemd is replaced with OpenRC, runit or s6.
    10 
    11 ### Window manager
    12 => https://git.milotier.net/dwm Custom build of dwm
    13 => https://dwm.suckless.org Info page
    14 => https://git.milotier.net/dmenu Also see dmenu
    15 => https://tools.suckless.org/dmenu Info page
    16 
    17 ### Terminal emulator
    18 => https://git.milotier.net/st Custom build of st
    19 => https://st.suckless.org Info page
    20 
    21 ### Shell for interactive use
    22 => https://zsh.sourceforge.io Zsh
    23 
    24 ### Shell for scripting
    25 => https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Dash Dash
    26 I don't have bash or zsh linked to /bin/sh, because dash is narrowly POSIX-compliant and much faster.
    27 
    28 ### Password manager
    29 => https://passwordstore.org Pass
    30 "The standard unix password manager". It's small, simple, stores all passwords locally and works well with dmenu.
    31 
    32 ### Text editor
    33 => https://vim.org Vim
    34 
    35 ## Media
    36 
    37 ### Document viewer
    38 => https://pwmt.org/projects/zathura Zathura
    39 A plugin-based document viewer. It can't actually display any documents by default. For PDFs I use the mupdf plugin.
    40 
    41 ### Image viewer
    42 => https://git.milotier.net/sxiv Custom build of sxiv
    43 => https://github.com/muennich/sxiv Github page
    44 
    45 ### Media player
    46 => https://mpv.io Mpv
    47 
    48 ## Internet
    49 
    50 ### Mail client
    51 => https://neomutt.org Neomutt
    52 A fork of mutt, a terminal-ui based email client.
    53 
    54 ### Web browser
    55 => https://torproject.org Tor browser
    56 => https://librewolf.net LibreWolf
    57 => https://w3m.sourceforge.net w3m
    58 I use the Tor browser for general web browsing, and LibreWolf for sites that don't allow Tor connections and for logging in to online accounts.
    59 I have also recently started using w3m, a browser in the terminal, for quick web searches. It has the advantage of loading pages extremely quickly and having vim keybindings for mouseless navigation. However, this comes at the cost of not supporting graphical content and JavaScript (though you can view images with a separate program).
    60 
    61 ### Gopher/Gemini browser
    62 => https://bombadillo.colorfield.space Bombadillo