A portable (Linux, Mac, BSD) bashrc file for a better bash prompt and other enhancments
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README.md

ninjab

Features

  • Tries to be as cross platform as possible.
  • Configuration for the most common needs.
  • Will set bash options to make it better to use.
  • Tries to turn on bash features which isnt enable as default (but is very usefull)
  • Colorizing the output where possible.
  • Usefull "smart" bash prompt
  • Aliases which tries to save you time and give you more info as default.
  • Creates some usefull hotkeys
  • Different parts
  • Lots more, take a look inside the files in parts/

Known issues

  • sudo su: When sudoing to root (sudo su), we will get some problems using the prompt. Therefor, a plain prompt is set when using sudo. You can use an alias called 'ss' to sudo yourself to root without this problem. 'ss' will run 'sudo bash -l' which works as expected using the prompt.

Installation

If you want easy updates, and maybe want to contribute at some point. Use this method.

Using git

  1. git clone git://github.com/xeor/ninjab.git ninjab: Clone the repository to wherever you want
  2. cp ninjab/config ~/.ninjab.conf && nano ~/.ninjab.conf: Create your own local config file and edit it.
  3. echo '. /home/username/ninjab/loader' >> ~/.profile: Make sure the loader is started with a new shell
  4. Try to start a new shell

Using RPM

  1. wget https://github.com/downloads/xeor/ninjab/ninjab-latest.noarch.rpm
  2. rpm -ivh ninjab-latest.noarch.rpm
  3. cp /usr/share/ninjab/config ~/.ninjab.conf && nano ~/.ninjab.conf: Create your own local config file and edit it.
  4. echo '. /usr/share/ninjab/loader' >> ~/.profile: Make sure the loader is started with a new shell
  5. Try to start a new shell

Configuration

ninjab looks for configuration in 4 different places, in this order.

  • config in its own directory first. Don't edit this file, may be options added in future versions.
  • /etc/ninjab.conf for global configuration.
  • config.local in its own directory. If you want any local changes use this. It wont be touched by updates.
  • ~/.ninjab.conf in your home directory.