This is my personal dotfiles. Feel free to use it or fork it.
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Download Scoop as your Windows package manager. Run the command below on Windows PowerShell to install it.
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser irm get.scoop.sh | iex irm https://raw.githubusercontent.com/BosEriko/dotfiles/HEAD/scoop/install.sh | iex
Download Brew as your macOS package manager. Run the command below on the default terminal to install it.
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)" /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/BosEriko/dotfiles/HEAD/brew/install.sh)"
Open your default terminal and run the commands below to use Multipass with 4 cpu, 8gb memory and 256gb of storage.
brew install multipass multipass launch -c 4 -m 8G -d 256G --name boseriko mkdir ~/multipass && multipass mount ~/multipass boseriko curl -o "$HOME/.zshrc" -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/BosEriko/dotfiles/HEAD/macos/.zshrc
Clone the repository
To start you must first clone the repository. Run the command below on Ubuntu on WSL/Multipass to clone the repository.
git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/BosEriko/dotfiles.git ~/.files
Setup Environment Variables
Before running the installation script you first need to setup your environment variables located on KeePassXC. Run the command below on Ubuntu on WSL/Multipass to setup your environment variables.
cp ~/.files/zsh/example.env.z.sh ~/.files/zsh/env.z.sh vim ~/.files/zsh/env.z.sh
After setting up the environment variables you can now proceed to the installation script. Run the command below on Ubuntu on WSL/Multipass to start installing.
source ~/.files/zsh/env.z.sh && ~/.files/install/entry.sh
There are individual install instructions for the workflow tools I use. Refer below to learn more:
There are individual install instructions for the security tools I use. Refer below to learn more:
If you want to play games please close the following applications:
- Overload Capslock (AutoHotkey)
- Hide Mouse When Typing (AutoHotkey)
Tip: You can create desktop shortcuts for the applications listed above so you can easily open them again once you're done playing games.
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If you want to share some ideas you can email me at email@example.com.