It's called this way because there's a period in the start of the filename (meaning it is a hidden file or directory), that looks like a dot. This repo contains some of my config files. This way I can use it as my backup if I format my machines or install it on new computers. Also, it can be helpful for some if you want to copy or take some ideas for your own customizations.
You can download my dotfiles cloning this repository to your local machine and then copying the files you want to use as you wish.
In this example I'm going to demonstrate how you would use my
.bashrc file as
your bash configuration file:
$ git clone https://github.com/brunomontezano/dotfiles $ cd dotfiles $ cp .bashrc ~/.bashrc
If you do this, probably the next time you open your bash session, you're going
to notice some changes, because of the new
Note that you should read everything inside those config files before putting on your system. Sometimes there are something pointing to another file, script or program and you should aknowledge that. But I'm sure you're pretty smart and gonna work it out easily! Have a nice day!
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