Github is the most obvious suggestion. Great for pet projects and/or collaborative work, but a bit overkill for just storing personal dotfiles though. If it's just basic cli stuff (vimrc, emacs, ncmpcpp, conkyrc, wm.conf, etc) then something like dotshare.it would probably be sufficient.
If you install Arch only to '/' then your Home Folder will be created in that partition. And Later if you add /home (which may not be /home but a simple partition) to fstab your default Home will still be the one created in '/'. So if you intend to keep separate /home it will be a good idea to just use the /home you already have, just don't format it.
status.c (sp. line 110): https://github.com/Theta91/dotfiles/blo … tus.c#L110status.h: https://github.com/Theta91/dotfiles/blo … c/status.hMakefile: https://github.com/Theta91/dotfiles/blo … c/MakefileIn order to pick back up some of my lost C skills, I decided to mess around with writing a small statusline program ala the various dwm status bars.
Similar to this question, I'm making dotfiles for setup of a fresh OS X machine. It asks for my password multiple times, since install & system setting sudo commands are in several nested scripts. Any way I can cache the password once?
The dotfiles are based off of Zach Holman's and can be found here.
I am not familiar much with environment and path settings in UNIX environment. I have installed CDO (climate data operators) in a folder in my home directory. I am only able to run it when I go into "home/name/cdo/src". How should I set up any of the dotfiles to access it in home directory without specifically going into src folder?