My UNIX dotfiles bared for the world to see.
git clone https://github.com/tobytripp/dotfiles.git dotfiles cd dotfiles ruby install.rb
bash < <( curl https://github.com/tobytripp/dotfiles/raw/master/local-install.sh )
But don’t do that. Piping strange scripts into your shell is stupid. Don’t. Just don’t.
Remote Server Installation
The repository contains a script for setting up some bare-bones dotfiles on remote servers. These files include things like screen configuration, a simple bashrc, and the sort.
It can be installed with (but see above):
bash < <( curl https://github.com/tobytripp/dotfiles/raw/master/remote-install.sh )
This just clones or updates the repository and links back bashrc and screenrc.
Bash settings specific to a particular host may be stored in `$HOME/.hostname`. Any files in that directory will be sourced by `.bashrc` when logged into that host.