If you see a setting, they blew it
A "dotfile" is a configuration file for a computer program.
I have a bunch of these. They all live here.
Clone this repository into your home directory:
cd git clone https://github.com/peterhajas/dotfiles.git
Go to the
update.sh. You may need to give it proper permissions:
cd dotfiles chmod a+x update.sh sh update.sh
That's it! If you had any configuration files,
stow should leave them alone and not stomp on them. If you'd like to uninstall specific apps, you can do so by running
stow -D APPNAME in the
dotfiles directory. To install them again, run
emacs? I'm @peterhajas.