Run the following command and press
y for the files you want to install:
bash <(u=git.io/netj.files; curl -fsSL $u || wget -nv -O- $u)
It clones the git repo to
~/.dotfiles, installs chosen dotfiles as symlinks pointing inside the repo, then runs a new login shell.
Existing dotfiles will be backed up with names ending with
Make sure you have Git and curl or Wget on your system.
When run on a Debian-based OS in the cloud, such as AWS EC2, Git will be automatically installed and other essential packages related to the dotfiles will be suggested for installation.
If you want to simply explore what my dotfiles do, setting a temporary path for
HOME does the job:
HOME=/tmp/home bash <(u=git.io/netj.files; curl -fsSL $u || wget -nv -O- $u)
Put any of your per-machine/per-account tweaks in a
.*_localfile. For example,
.bash_localfor declaring aliases, adjusting
PATH, or exporting environment variables.
.vim_localfor any local Vim configuration customization.
.tmux_localfor any local TMUX tweaks, e.g., wrapping the default-command with
reattach-to-user-namespacein OS X.
You can run following commands later to stay up-to-date:
cd ~/.dotfiles git pull ./install
I use a zlib/libpng style license. Consult the
COPYRIGHTfile for more information on using these files.
- Use entirely at your own risk -- no warranty is expressed or implied.
- Playing around with your dotfiles is a very time consuming activity.