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linux-setup

Scripts for getting my Linux environment set up after doing a fresh install. Works with Ubuntu and Arch.
This is focused on using bash, Vim, Golang and Docker on Linux.

On Arch (or Arch derivatives) this will install aurman to help manage AUR packages.

Installation

Clone the repository, which requires git to be installed:

# Arch
sudo pacman -S git
# Ubuntu
sudo apt install git
git clone https://github.com/mapitman/linux-setup.git

Run the install script

pushd ./linux-setup
./setup.sh
popd

This will install Docker, .NET Core, Golang, setup your Golang coding environment and workspace, and configure Vim with some nice settings for Golang development. To see what else it does, read the scripts!

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