Python arch-linux

Open-source Python projects categorized as arch-linux

Top 14 Python arch-linux Projects

  • howdy

    🛡️ Windows Hello™ style facial authentication for Linux

    Project mention: The things that I wish GNOME had integrated by default | | 2023-05-02
  • archinstall

    Arch Linux installer - guided, templates etc.

    Project mention: Is setting /boot to a separate partition a mandatory in archinstall ? | | 2023-05-23

    You can post an issue at: to get the attention of the developer. He's represented here but I forget his user id.

  • CodiumAI

    TestGPT | Generating meaningful tests for busy devs. Get non-trivial tests (and trivial, too!) suggested right inside your IDE, so you can code smart, create more value, and stay confident when you push.

  • Back In Time

    Back In Time - A simple backup tool for Linux

    Project mention: How do you make the jump from intermediate to expert? | | 2023-05-28
  • vidcutter

    A modern yet simple multi-platform video cutter and joiner.

    Project mention: FLaNK Stack Weekly 27 March 2023 | | 2023-03-27
  • pikaur

    AUR helper with minimal dependencies. Review PKGBUILDs all in once, next build them all without user interaction.

    Project mention: How do you guys manage AUR compilation? | | 2023-05-14
  • snap-pac

    Pacman hooks that use snapper to create pre/post btrfs snapshots like openSUSE's YaST

    Project mention: Encrypted root + Secure boot + Unified kernel image installation guide | | 2023-01-24

    For the post transaction snapshot. New kernel generated at /boot/EFI. Then secureboot.hook will put new signed kernel in /efi. Then efibackup.hook will copy new kernel in /efi to /.efibackup. Finally zz-snap-pac-post.hook from snap-pac will snapshot / .

  • Watcher

    Minimal open source Screen-Time Tracker for Linux (by Waishnav)

  • Sonar

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  • buttermanager

    ButterManager is a BTRFS tool for managing snapshots, balancing filesystems and upgrading the system safetly.

    Project mention: BTRFS Raid 10 / is there a gui to manage | | 2023-03-20
  • abs_cd

    CI/CD for the Arch build system with webinterface.

    Project mention: Looking for co-maintainers (AUR) | | 2022-07-07

    Get a CI to check if pkg build in clean environments. So many users will falsely report broken packages while they simply ran makepkg in their arch installation & the build system pulls crap from it into the build process & it fails despite your pkg being fine. It's a shame every AUR helper except aurutils still doesn't support building in clean chroots, but you can't change that. I build for that, which end the end served a custom repo easing the installation for users, too. There are plenty alternatives to my SW out there, too.

  • Aurin

    Aurin is AUR packages installer. Install packages right from AUR website in 1 click like browser extensions.

  • yabsnap

    Btrfs Scheduled Snapshot Manager for Arch

    Project mention: yabsnap: btrfs snapshot manager for Arch | | 2022-10-10

    I'm looking for feedback on my new project,

  • pacwatch

    A pacman wrapper which helps you watch important package updates.

  • dotfiles

    eternal quest of crafting an environment that works for me (by kirillbobyrev)

    Project mention: Vim 9.0 Was Released | | 2022-06-30

    I've spent so much time on configuring my (Neo)vim over the years I wouldn't even be able to estimate it (here it is if you're curious:

    The most important ones lately seem to be the LSP integrations (basically IDE features like autocompletion, go-to-definition etc) and auto-completion managers. But honestly it's been breaking all the time over the last year or so that I code more often in VSCode and maybe it's about time I stop trying to make an ever-improving IDE out of Neovim :(

    Neovim project's direction seems to be aligned with making it easier to have IDE-like experience with LSP integration but it's been painful in Neovim. In Vim, it's typically even worse and even harder to set it up.

    Overall, I've been using Vim for about 8 years and went from a really simple set-up of "this is just a text editor" down the IDE rabbit hole. I also went for Vim -> Neovim -> Vim -> Neovim and eventual split of the two configs in the end and. I'm thinking about making it much simpler again :D

  • archflash

    A simple installer for Arch Linux written in python


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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-05-28.

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What are some of the best open-source arch-linux projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 howdy 4,680
2 archinstall 4,673
3 Back In Time 1,581
4 vidcutter 1,270
5 pikaur 791
6 snap-pac 156
7 Watcher 115
8 buttermanager 103
9 abs_cd 70
10 Aurin 51
11 yabsnap 25
12 pacwatch 24
13 dotfiles 4
14 archflash 0
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