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.dotfiles

My personal dotfiles for my linux installations. Feel free to use them but beware - they may not suit your needs.

The repo is currently organized in the following way:

  • git: global git config
  • gtk: gtk configuration
  • i3: A tiling window manager
  • redshift: shifting colors after sunset
  • terminator: terminal emulator configuration
  • tmux: terminal multiplexing
  • vim: config for vi improved.
  • weechat: A irc client for the command line
  • zsh: zshell settings and aliases

managing and syncing

The dotfiles are managed with gnu stow (thanks @xero for pointing out that possibility). Gnu stow is a symlink farm manager.

installation

stow

dnf -y install stow

After that you have to navigate in your repo with the dotfiles. In my case this would be /home/mrtn/.dotfiles

Then you can install the settings stow zsh

Now you are ready to roll. ;)

vim

  1. Install vundle
  2. vim +PluginInstall +qall

wakatime zsh plugin

Check the official documentation. The plugin is maintained by Bruce Li.

explanations

i3

  • The colors-section provides solarized colors to the window borders and the status bar.
  • wallpaper: I backup my wallpaper via dropbox. That way i can use it on every computer. So to use my config, you have to change the path to the wallpaper accordingly.
  • The i3lock script sets a fixed image as lockscreen. To change that, you have to modify the path pointing to a picture on your machine.