Let’s discuss about my current setup, because why not.
- Distro: Kubuntu 16.04
- Kernel version: 4.4.0-70-generic
I use zsh as default shell. For configuring zsh, I use the oh-my-zsh framework to make it look (and work) way cooler. With that, I have the Inconsolata font installed, to allow the agnoster font to work properly. For the terminal, I use terminator. With those, the results are:
As for the cow with the quote, it is something that pops up whenever a new instance of the terminal is opened. It is a simple script I wrote and attached it in the end of
~/.zshrc (It maybe
~/.bashrc if you are using bash instead of zsh):
shuf -n 1 ~/.quotes | cowsay | lolcat
The Text Editor: Vim
I have two plugins added for Vim:
- Vim-airlines: A customisable plugin to add various themes in vim, which helps to improve the workflow
- NerdTree: To explore the files and documents via vim
I am also thinking of the adding
YouCompleteMe plugin in Vim, for autocomplition
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