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Kituu

Environment (dotfiles, scripts, binary packages, Emacs and Mozilla extensions so far) installation & update sh (tested w/ BASH and ZSH) script

What do one need on a given computer ? Dotfiles (“hidden” configuration files in your $HOME dir, names start with a dot, hence the name. It’s a big deal. GNU/Linux works like this), a selection of packages depending on what I intend to do with that rig. And emacs. AFAIC, that’s it. And there’s only so many times a guy can type “install this”, “install that”, “mkdir ~/tmp”, and many bits that get painful to do and re-do over time, before doing something about it.

So on all my machines, I run this script (heck, even my phone) basically at boot time.

NOTA BENE You can “preview” the script by answering “no” to every question, and then get a taste of what would be going on without touching anything. The idea here is to answer “Yes” (ENTER) and that everything goes smoothly.

Features

  • Install and maintain the things I (and you too I guess) need on every machine I install :
    • Binary packages (debian - & friends - only, sorry. I mean of course I can detect your distro - in the dark - but every single one has its own package naming scheme, what are you gonna do?)
    • Various scripts from Version Controlled repositories
    • Mozilla (Firefox, Thunderbird, ABrowser, whatever) add-ons
  • Manage multiple VC systems
    • GIT
    • SVN
    • BZR
    • CVS
    • Anything that’s three-letter named :)
  • Allow editing of the files as well as deployment : It’s a big deal and it’s the whole point of the thing
  • Setup a home dir the way I’m used to

Installation

Or, to install it and be able to modify it and push back your changes to github (if you’re me, for instance)

  • git clone git@github.com:xaccrocheur/kituu.git .kituu && .kituu/bin/kituu-setup.sh -rw
  • Then run kituu-setup.sh -rw afterwards to install your own VC repositories in read-write mode (kituu-setup.sh to just update)

This will :

  • Clone a repository at ~/.kituu/
  • Backup all existing ~/.dotfile as ~/.dotfile.orig
  • Symlink ~/.kituu/* in ~/*
    • (Now you have a new dir, ~/script/ and it’s in your $PATH)
  • Install a selection of packages, sorted by groups: Multimedia, Dev, Music prod, etc. You’re asked for each group if you want to install.
  • Generate a local temp web page on the fly, allowing quick install of - the latest version of - my/your selection of Mozilla extensions
  • Update everything to the latest version at each subsequent run

LICENSE

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

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