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+ 1 - 0
usr/local/bin/git

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 #!/bin/sh
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+# Copyright (c) The Tails Developers <https://tails.boum.org>
2 3
 TSOCKS_CONF_FILE=/etc/tor/tor-tsocks-git.conf exec /usr/bin/torsocks /usr/bin/git "$@"

+ 4 - 1
usr/local/bin/heads-generate-debug

@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
1 1
 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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-# this script will generate a en encrypted tarball which you will then
3
+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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+# this script will generate an encrypted tarball which you will then
4 7
 # be able to send to me for examination
5 8
 
6 9
 PATH="/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin"

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usr/local/bin/heads-init

@@ -1,4 +1,7 @@
1 1
 #!/bin/sh
2
+#
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
2 5
 
3 6
 case "$1" in
4 7
 	shutdown)

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usr/local/bin/heads-persistent-load

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1 1
 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
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+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # this will guide you through a persistence setup for heads
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 # should become more sophisticated in the future
5 8
 

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usr/local/bin/heads-shutdown-menu

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1 1
 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
3 6
 # a rude shutdown menu
4 7
 
5 8
 watdo="$(yad --list \

+ 3 - 0
usr/local/bin/heads-torify

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1 1
 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # experimental rude torifying
4 7
 
5 8
 flush_iptables() {

+ 3 - 0
usr/local/bin/heads-update

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 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # this script will update the rootfs when executed,
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 # overwriting any existing changes
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usr/local/bin/heads-welcome

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 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
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+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # heads welcome message and startup stuff
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 # https://www.mankier.com/1/yad
5 8
 

+ 1 - 0
usr/local/bin/tor-browser

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 #!/bin/sh
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+# Copyright (c) The Tails Developers <https://tails.boum.org>
2 3
 
3 4
 export TOR_SOCKS_HOST=127.0.0.1
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 export TOR_SOCKS_PORT=9150

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usr/local/bin/whois

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 #!/bin/sh
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+# Copyright (c) The Tails Developers <https://tails.boum.org>
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 exec torsocks /usr/bin/whois "$@"

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usr/local/lib/heads/heads-generate-passphrase

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 #!/bin/sh
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 #
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
4
+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # this will generate a random passphrase for the root password
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 # runs on boot through rc.local
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+ 32 - 0
usr/local/lib/heads/heads-keymap

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+#!/bin/sh
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+#
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
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+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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+
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+
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+
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+sel_layout() {
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+	yad \
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+		--text="Please select your prefered keyboard layout." \
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+		--no-escape \
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+		--listen \
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+		--center \
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+		--list \
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+		--title="heads keyboard layout" \
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+		--separator="\n" \
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+		--column="Layout Name" \
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+		--search-column=1 \
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+		--print-column=1
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+}
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+
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+sel=""
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+while [ -z "$sel" ]; do
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+	sel="$(printf "%s\n" "$klist" | sel_layout)"
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+done
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+printf "%s\n" "$sel"

+ 3 - 0
usr/local/lib/heads/heads-lkm-compile

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 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 #
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+# Copyright (c) Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
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+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
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+#
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 # compile our custom linux kernel modules
4 7
 
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 compile_permakey() {

+ 3 - 0
usr/local/lib/heads/heads-sup-compile

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 #!/bin/sh
2
+#
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+# Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org>
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+# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
2 5
 
3 6
 SUPSRC="/usr/src/sup"
4 7
 

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usr/share/heads/awesome.xinitrc

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 #!/bin/sh
2 2
 
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-nitrogen --restore &
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+nitrogen --restore
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 wicd-gtk -t &
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 heads-welcome &
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usr/share/heads/welcome-awesome.txt

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1 1
 
2
-Welcome to heads! The version you are using is: 0.3.1
2
+Welcome to heads! The version you are using is: 0.4
3 3
 I hope this finds you well :)
4 4
 
5 5
 To begin using heads, you can right-click anywhere on the desktop to

+ 1 - 1
usr/share/heads/welcome-openbox.txt

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2
-Welcome to heads! The version you are using is: 0.3.1
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+Welcome to heads! The version you are using is: 0.4
3 3
 I hope this finds you well :)
4 4
 
5 5
 To begin using heads, you can click on the bottom left icon in the