This is the dotfiles repository used inside Extrema Sistemas. It's a mixture from multiple sources (in its current edition, most notably Paul Irish), and super focused on development on Ubuntu. The shell by default will be bash, because real life hits hard when you are trying to use zsh.
- Fork this repository (or clone straight into your local machine). I would recommend to put it into ~/.dotfiles
symlink-setup.sh. This will symlink everything from
./dotfilesinto the home folder
- Read and memorize the git and bash shortcuts
- Go into the
appsfolder and start installing your selection of tools
Once the installation is complete you should add a
~/.gitconfig.local file with your user account information:
[user] name = Nacho Coloma email = email@example.com
You should start with
.gitconfig. Good stuff.
~/.extra will contain anything that you don't want to commit back to the git repo.
If you decide to install fasd (you should!) it pays off to read the one-page documentation.
What is included here
- A lot of bash and git configuration
- some handy aliases for everyday tasks, like launching a web server on the command line, or getting the public IP of this machine on the Internet
- The Google Cloud Platform SDK
- Some installation scripts for tools that I consider important for day-to-day development, like gimp, inkscape or terminator.
I hope you find it useful too.
This is not what you are looking for:
sudo apt install git git-gui gitk git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:icoloma/dotfiles.git .dotfiles cd .dotfiles ./symlink-setup.sh cd apps for i in */install.sh; do $i; done