A collection of my personal dotfiles. Here's a little preview of what it can look like:
i3 window manager
Your first step is to clone this repository:
git clone https://github.com/hamvocke/dotfiles.git ~/.dotfiles
Create symbolic links for the configurations you want to use, e.g.:
ln -s ~/.dotfiles/vim/.vimrc ~/.vimrc
GNU Stow (recommended)Using
Install GNU Stow (if not already installed)
Mac: brew install stow Ubuntu: apt-get install stow Fedora: yum install stow Arch: pacman -S stow
Then simply use stow to install the dotfiles you want to use:
cd ~/.dotfiles stow vim stow tmux
Use base16 colors
To get the most out of my dotfiles I recommend installing base16-shell on your system. This will allow you to have unified colors in all your command line applications. If you see that some colors are off when using my setup, installing base16-shell is most likely the way to fix it.
Some of the configurations need additional setup or configuration. If that's the case you can find a
README.md file in the application's directory. Make sure to take a look at it to see what else there is to do to make the configuration work on your system.