My personal configs, carefully and passionately crafted for setting up an optimal CLI dev experience.
Hours and nights spent on the terminal, willingness to improve.
git clone https://github.com/2kabhishek/Dotfiles cd Dotfiles # Menu based interactive setup ./setup.sh # Setup everythin unattended ./setup.sh -a
zsh are must, other tools are mentioned below.
This list is not complete, package names may vary depending upon your system and your requirements.
# Required git, zsh, neovim, kitty, tmux, git-delta, bat, fd, fzf, fasd, ag(silver_surfer), curl, powerline, xclip, lsd # Optional ranger, cmus, xdotool, libinput, htop, python, vim, broot, bash, i3, i3status, dmenu, ncdu, grc, exa, conky, konsole, autorandr, xplr
Powerline patched fonts are required for glyphs. I'll recommend Nerd Fonts. I'm using FiraCode.
This repo contains configurations for following tools.
Some configs require special steps in order to use. Check respective tools documentation for more info.
I am using GPG signing by default for verifying commits, check this for details on setting up GPG or you can use
git config --global commit.gpgSign false to disable it.
Import the compiz profile using
Run conky with
conky -dqc ~/.config/sysinfo.conkyrc.
Open Konsole, Goto Settings -> Manage Profiles -> Check
Konsole and click on Set as Default.
This repo also contains a few scripts in the scripts directory.
Dotfiles was built using the internet and sleepless nights.
Just getting over the initial learning curve on the command line, failing and trying again :)
While building Dotfiles I have learned to love the command line and it's efficiency, have discovered countless tools and techniques which will serve me for the rest of my days.
Planning to add more tools, better management, always updating.
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Want this CLI experience on your Android too? have a look at Oh-My-Termux
Find more cool configs and setups at GitHub does dotfiles