bling module allows you to easily declare which general parts of
ublue-os/bling to pull in to your custom image. It requires the
files directories from the
bling container to already exist inside
/tmp/bling/ (pulled inside the Containerfile by default).
The bling to pull in is declared under
install:, and the code for installing them is all in simple named scripts under the
installers/ directory. The basic code for the
bling module is very similar to the code of the
type: bling # configure what to pull in from ublue-os/bling install: - justfiles # add "!include /usr/share/ublue-os/just/100-bling.just" # in your custom.just (added by default) or local justfile - nix-installer # shell shortcuts for determinate system's nix installers - ublue-os-wallpapers # - ublue-update # https://github.com/ublue-os/ublue-update # - 1password # install 1Password (stable) and `op` CLI tool # - dconf-update-service # a service unit that updates the dconf db on boot # - devpod # https://devpod.sh/ as an rpm # - gnome-vrr # enables gnome-vrr for your image # - container-tools # installs container-related tools onto /usr/bin: kind, kubectx, docker-compose and kubens # - laptop # installs TLP and configures your system for laptop usage # - flatpaksync # allows synchronization of user-installed flatpaks, see separate documentation section
flatpaksync submodule can be used to synchronize a list of user Flatpaks with a git repository.
Once the submodule is activated, you should create the file
$HOME/.config/flatpaksync/env that sets the
GIT_REPO variable to the git URL of your repository. This repository can be empty, or a previous flatpaksync installation. The repository is automatically cloned into
/tmp/sync for the synchronization.
# ~/.config/flatpaksync/env GIT_REPO=<YOUR_REPO>
To initialize your Flatpaks from flatpaksync, simply run the
flatpakcheckout binary to perform the installation and start the synchronization.
It is important to note that this submodule will NOT enable Flathub. If your applications come from there, you will need to enable Flathub before running it.
If you have configured the repository in the
$HOME/.config/flatpaksync/env file but already have the Flatpaks installed, simply create the
$HOME/.config/flatpaks.user.installed file to inform the script that the installation is done and start the synchronization.