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2bwm/2bwm [update] 2bwm - offset Nov 21, 2018
bspwm/.config/bspwm [initial] add all dotfiles Nov 21, 2018
cmus/.config/cmus
compton/.config [initial] add all dotfiles Nov 21, 2018
dunst/.config/dunst
img [docs] add hero image Nov 21, 2018
mpv/.config/mpv
nvim/.config/nvim
polybar/.config/polybar [add] new polybar config Nov 21, 2018
rofi/.config/rofi [update] rofi and dunst position, tmux add bottom padding Nov 21, 2018
sxhkd/.config/sxhkd [update] sxhkd - rename and refactor Nov 21, 2018
tmux [update] rofi and dunst position, tmux add bottom padding Nov 21, 2018
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zsh [update] zsh - stuffs Nov 21, 2018
deploy [update] change permissions for deploy.sh Nov 21, 2018
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dotfiles

plain text configuration files for my linux systems

Dotfiles are plain text configuration files on Unix-y systems for things like our shell, ~/.zshrc, our editor in ~/.vimrc, and many others. They are called "dotfiles" as they typically are named with a leading . making them hidden files on your system, although this is not a strict requirement.

Since these files are all plain text, we can gather them together in a git repository and use that to track the changes you make over time.

pavan's dotfiles

Uses Git subtree and submodules to keep my dotfiles in one place in an elegant manner. With inspiration from xero, uses GNU Stow to symlink files one folder deep to the folder above.

designr

installing

make sure stow is installed on your system

git clone https://github.com/pavanjadhaw/etc ~/

cd ~/etc

stow zsh        # this will symlink zsh rc files to ~/

stow -D zsh     # to unstow or remove symlink

tools

Other tools to install:

  • 2bwm : A fast floating WM
  • polybar : A fast and easy-to-use tool for creating status bars.
  • rxvt-unicode : customizable terminal emulator
  • neovim: the future of vim
  • zsh: shell designed for interactive use
  • Git (and hub): VCS
  • tmux: terminal multiplexer
  • Firefox: browser

thanks

I actively watch the following repositories. :)

Resources

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