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.dotfiles (legacy)

These are my old dotfiles. I've kept them here so I (or you) can consult them whenever I please, but these configuration files won't be updated anymore.


What's in the box?

The config files are managed using zshero


zsh comes default on macOS, but you may need to install it if you're in a Linux box.


$ wget -qO- | zsh
$ curl -fsSL | zsh
$ git clone ~/.dotfiles && cd ~/.dotfiles && ./bin/dotfiles


Exported from keybase:

keybase pgp pull-private

Follow the instructions on screen


Assuming your private key is in a file named my_private_key.pgp

cat my_private_key.pgp | gpg --allow-secret-key-import --import
gpg --edit-key <[email protected]>

Select your key (type the number and press enter) and trust

Configuring Git to use the key

Get the long key ID:

gpg --list-secret-keys --keyid-format LONG <[email protected]>

The string you need will be something like 'rsa4096/' (You don't need anything from the slash backwards)

Add to your LOCAL .gitconfig file:

git config -f ~/.gitconfig.local user.signingkey <LONG KEY>


Filipe Kiss

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