bash_env (Linux BASH/Emacs Environment files)

Linux BASH/Emacs Environment configuration files.

Developed in bash, lisp.

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The README is used to introduce the tool and provide instructions on how to install the tool, any machine dependencies it may have and any other information that should be provided before the tool is installed.

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Installation

Navigate to release page download and extract release archive.

To install bash_env type the following:

# standard user
cp user_defined_functions           /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_functions
cp user_defined_str_functions       /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_str_functions
cp user_defined_file_functions      /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_file_functions
cp user_defined_hw_functions        /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_hw_functions
cp user_defined_net_functions       /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_net_functions
cp user_defined_py_functions        /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_py_functions
cp user_defined_perl_functions      /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_perl_functions
cp user_defined_java_functions      /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_java_functions
cp user_defined_embedded_functions  /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_embedded_functions
cp user_defined_web_functions       /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_web_functions
cp user_defined_git_functions       /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_git_functions
cp user_defined_doc_functions       /home/${USERNAME}/.user_defined_doc_functions
cp bash_aliases                     /home/${USERNAME}/.bash_aliases
cp bash_logout                      /home/${USERNAME}/.bash_logout
cp bash_login                       /home/${USERNAME}/.bash_login
cp bashrc                           /home/${USERNAME}/.bashrc
cp profile                          /home/${USERNAME}/.profile
cp emacs                            /home/${USERNAME}/.emacs
cp fill-column-indicator.el         /home/${USERNAME}/.emacs.d/lisp/

# root user
cp user_defined_functions           /root/.user_defined_functions
cp user_defined_str_functions       /root/.user_defined_str_functions
cp user_defined_file_functions      /root/.user_defined_file_functions
cp user_defined_hw_functions        /root/.user_defined_hw_functions
cp user_defined_net_functions       /root/.user_defined_net_functions
cp user_defined_py_functions        /root/.user_defined_py_functions
cp user_defined_perl_functions      /root/.user_defined_perl_functions
cp user_defined_java_functions      /root/.user_defined_java_functions
cp user_defined_embedded_functions  /root/.user_defined_embedded_functions
cp user_defined_web_functions       /root/.user_defined_web_functions
cp user_defined_git_functions       /root/.user_defined_git_functions
cp user_defined_doc_functions       /root/.user_defined_doc_functions
cp bash_aliases                     /root/.bash_aliases
cp bash_logout                      /root/.bash_logout
cp bash_login                       /root/.bash_login
cp bashrc                           /root/.bashrc
cp profile                          /root/.profile
cp emacs                            /root/.emacs
cp fill-column-indicator.el         /root/.emacs.d/lisp/

Or You can use docker to create image/container.

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Dependencies

bash_env requires next modules and libraries:

* None

Docs

Documentation Status

More documentation and info at:

License: GPL v3 License

Copyright (C) 2018 by vroncevic.github.io/bash_env

bash_env is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Bash itself, either Bash version 4.2.47 or, at your option, any later version of Bash 4 you may have available.

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