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My config files for various things
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Alan Faubert 510c00267a bash: adjust handling of optional ~/.profile.d and ~/.bashrc.d files 2024-05-05 21:13:55 -04:00
bash bash: adjust handling of optional ~/.profile.d and ~/.bashrc.d files 2024-05-05 21:13:55 -04:00
firefox firefox: disable prompting to add websites as mailto link handler 2024-04-20 11:27:54 -04:00
gcloud rework symlinking and locations of several files 2021-11-13 17:06:05 -05:00
git git: set master as default branch during init 2023-08-09 13:13:24 -04:00
keepass keepass: add KeeOtp2 2024-04-13 05:15:43 -04:00
nodejs nodejs: upgrade ESLint plugins 2024-05-05 02:42:59 -04:00
tmux use long form of command line options where possible 2021-02-09 20:59:02 -05:00
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win win: add descriptions of .reg files to readme 2023-12-09 20:21:40 -05:00
wsl wsl: enable mirrored networking mode 2024-02-11 17:17:00 -05:00
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config.sh bash: adjust handling of optional ~/.profile.d and ~/.bashrc.d files 2024-05-05 21:13:55 -04:00



My config files for various things. See the individual readmes below.

Use config.sh to automate the setup of a number of things.

For simplicity, the config.sh script uses ln --relative --symbolic even for creating links that are between two Windows paths. In order for this to result in working Windows symbolic links, Windows must be in developer mode and this repository must be cloned to the Windows filesystem on the drive containing your user profile. There is a registry script to enable developer mode here, which lets Windows create symbolic links without privilege escalation. And when this repository lives on the same drive as the user profile, the relative path between two paths under WSL's (say) /mnt/c/... will be the same as the relative path between the two corresponding paths under C:\....