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commit a07f22ec470de928cf91ed5f087e23df3ced7ff1
parent 1aac2986a91f9f579b87ba0bc5e468daaaeacb78
Author: Dane Fisher <hide4@comcast.net>
Date:   Thu, 17 May 2018 01:14:29 -0400

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ navigate to your home directory clone the repo: -`git clone http://git.xero.nu/dotfiles.git` +`git clone http://git.underdog1/.nix~.git` enter the dotfiles directory @@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ etc, etc, etc... #my shell i prefer a minimal setup, and choose to interact with my operating system via the so-called "terminal" or "command line", (read that quoting sarcastically) over a gui interface 2 times out of 3. with the web browser and video player among the noted outliers. in my opinion, using your computer should be a very personal experience. your colors, aliases, key-bindings, etc meticulously crafted to your exacting specifications. so for me, the unix shell is the most important part of my environment. -![term](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/xero/dotfiles/master/img/term.jpg) +![term](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/underd0g1/.nix/vim.gif) my terminal emulator of choice is the lightweight, unicode, 256 color [urxvt](http://linux.die.net/man/1/urxvt). i use [zsh](http://linux.die.net/man/1/zsh) as my interactive shell. it's an extensible, bash like shell with awesome completion and correction engines. i manage multiple shell sessions with [tmux](http://linux.die.net/man/1/tmux). it's a feature packed terminal multiplexer with support for buffers, split windows, detached local and remote sessions, etc. i'm a member of the cult of [vim](http://linux.die.net/man/1/vim). sing phrases to the third reincarnation of the glorious ed! lel. [mpd](http://linux.die.net/man/1/mpd) is my music server and i use [ncmpcpp](http://ncmpcpp.rybczak.net/) as it's frontend. my configs for [urxvt](http://git.io/.urxvt), [zsh](http://git.io/.zsh), [tmux](http://git.io/.tmux), [vim](http://git.io/.vim), [mpd](http://git.io/.mpd) and [ncmpcpp](http://git.io/.ncmpcpp) shown above feature my [sourcerer](http://sourcerer.xero.nu) color scheme.