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fish

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:fish-shell/release-2
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fish

then:

Oh-my-fish (https://github.com/oh-my-fish/oh-my-fish)

curl -L https://get.oh-my.fish | fish

then:

omf install foreign-env
omf install nvm
omf install pbcopy
omf install sublime
omf install virtualfish
omf install https://github.com/dimitrismistriotis/git-helpers
omf theme default

Atom

https://flight-manual.atom.io/getting-started/sections/installing-atom/

Multi monitor:

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dimitrismistriotis commented Sep 15, 2020

sudo apt install httpie

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dimitrismistriotis commented Sep 23, 2020

Legacy:

Sublime packages

  • Bubububububad and boneyfield color scheme
  • Case convertion
  • Easy motion
  • Gitgutter
  • Html-CSS-JS prettify
  • Markdown extended
  • MarkdownLight
  • Sidebar enhancements
  • SourceDown
  • SodaReoaded theme
  • Trailing spaces

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dimitrismistriotis commented Nov 17, 2020

https://dimitar.me/how-to-export-import-gnome-terminal-profiles/

In case blog goes down

You only need dconf to export/import gnome-terminal profiles.

To export all gnome-terminal profiles run:

$ dconf dump /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/ > gnome-terminal-profiles.dconf

To import the exported profiles above, run:

$ dconf load /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/ < gnome-terminal-profiles.dconf

If you want to export and then import only a particular profile, you need to find out the profile’s id first. To list all profiles available:

$ dconf dump /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/ | grep -e "\[\:\|visible-name"

You get an output like this one:

[:2afe8ac6-b873-4843-94e1-df6efbb8368d]
visible-name='Default'
[:c20ee9bb-547e-4e42-9865-ec27748eec5f]
visible-name='server1'
[:bd255b93-a970-45fe-aab6-4c3b969f3b9e]
visible-name='server2'

Let’s say I would like to export the server1 profile, the id for it is c20ee9bb-547e-4e42-9865-ec27748eec5f

To back it up:

$ dconf dump /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/:c20ee9bb-547e-4e42-9865-ec27748eec5f/ > server1-gnome-terminal-profile.dconf

To load it:

$ dconf load /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/:c20ee9bb-547e-4e42-9865-ec27748eec5f/ < server1-gnome-terminal-profile.dconf

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dimitrismistriotis commented Dec 9, 2021

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