well, that should be dotfiles
Dotfiles and other assorted goodies.
Removes kpackagekit because its update behaviour is the most annoying ever
I've also added tab completion to git via a contribution in the git source code. Should be able get it doing much the same as the geany-themes because its also supposed to be a submodule and checking only the file I need via soome sparse-checkout magic. Props to this guy for figuring it out. The commands for doing this yourself are:
git submodule add git://github.com/git/git.git echo "contrib/completion/git-completion.bash" >> .git/info/sparse-checkout git config --global core.sparseCheckout git read-tree -m -u HEAD reload
To get the geany themes and the git tab-completion (after cloning the repository you still need to do this), you need to run
git submodule init. To update, run
git submodule update.
well, I forgot
Geany can be found at Geany. For linux, use your package manager.
yum install geany geany-plugins*
Geany Portable is at Geany Portable
I've added geany-themes to my dotfiles as a submodule, with a symbolic link linking the files to the appropriate place.
To use the geany stuff, do this:
cd ~/.config && ln -s ~/dotfiles/geany
- http://geoff.greer.fm/lscolors/ lscolors customizer - haven't used it but I might.
Themes (That I use on my systems, because I want the info somewhere that I can find it ad;nasdg;jahsdlkhaskldfuashflkasjdnfkljasd)
echo "Sorry about that - this should be last the time you have to enter your password\n"
Software install list
Because packages change all the time
git kile meld wget pulseaudio-equalizer hexchat vlc geany gimp yakuake keepassx optipng php dnf groupinstall -y 'Development Tools' dnf groupinstall -y 'C Development Tools and Libraries' dnf -y update"
I'm like hansel and gretel, leaving breadcombs to thoughts on how to work this stuff