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README.md

tudurom's dotfiles

you are your dotfiles

A mix of style and usability, these are my dotfiles. This repo is structured in a way first-time UNIX users and ricers can understand what's going on, with explications for each directory.

Note: I made my dotfiles public for educational purposes. Instead of

copying entire files or directories from here, please study them first and copy the bits you need.

Managing

I manage my dotfiles using GNU Stow. Here's a neat article about managing your dotfiles with stow.

Directory structure

Each directory has a README.md file.

Backups

In case of fire, my dotfiles are mirrored on a number of servers: