Bash aliases file. Has standard aliases such as ll, as well as common-use aliases for wget, pwgen, netstat, and ps. Assumes Linux. Sourced by ~mkfs/.bashrc.
Bash application options and aliases. Sets shell options and variables (including variables for HISTORY and helper apps such as PAGER and EDITOR), provides program replacements (e.g. pinfo instead of info, htop instead of top), and provides command alias with common arguments (e.g. ls=ls -Aq --color, du=du -sh, etc). Assumes Linux. Sourced by ~mkfs/.bashrc
Bash console color definitions for use in prompt variables (e.g. PS1). Assumes Linux. Sourced by ~mkfs/.bashrc
Bash environment variables for user-modified stuff like PATH, JAVA_HOME, etc. Assumes Linux. Sets LANG to C so that Aterm and Eterm work right. Sourced by ~mkfs/.bashrc
Bash function definitions. Includes the following functions:
. Assumes Linux. Sourced by ~mkfs/.bashrc
Bash config file. Requires the following support files:
. Provides for user modification (overwriting all previous config options) in ~/.bash_user.rc . Assumes Linux.
GDB init file which provides a Soft-ICE style interface. Originated in this forum thread: http://board.anticrack.de/viewforum.php?f=35
GVim configuration file, with spell checking options and a proper font/color scheme.
Vim config file with developer-friendly options (e.g. mark lines longer than 80 characters as errors). Be sure to note the dependencies that must be downloaded and installed for proper support of Python, Rails, C, Git. Sourced by ~mkfs/.vimrc
Vim config file for user-specific configuration. Overrides all previous configuration options. Sourced by ~mkfs/.vimrc
Vim config file. Sources the following files if they are present:
. Provides a generally-useful (for vi types) configuration with a custom status line ("filename mode [type] ... position [ASCII:HEX] %pos"), default file type of Text, and spell checking enabled only in text and html files.