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Top 22 Shell Config Projects

  • GitHub repo easy-wg-quick

    Creates Wireguard configuration for hub and peers with ease

    Project mention: Can't acess many websites with jio fiber. Some popular websites work but most other websites aren't loading. | | 2021-09-29

    If you wanna host your own vpn ( with static ip sadly ), try this repo, also Netflix wouldn't work with this method. Host as close as possible ( mumbai )

  • GitHub repo dotbare

    Manage dotfiles and any git directories interactively with fzf

    Project mention: Zsh Plugins Commit TOP | | 2021-12-25

    dotbare 🥇 ⌛ - Interactive dotfile management with the help of fzf.

  • OPS

    OPS - Build and Run Open Source Unikernels. Quickly and easily build and deploy open source unikernels in tens of seconds. Deploy in any language to any cloud.

  • GitHub repo konfig

    konfig helps to merge, split or import kubeconfig files (by corneliusweig)

    Project mention: Managing Kubernetes config files | | 2021-11-06

    I just read about this in the latest KubeWeekly:

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    my dotfiles (by sdushantha)

    Project mention: Thought sharing my simple script called, ew (Edit Which). It allows you to quickly edit your scripts. | | 2021-12-06

    Thanks for letting me know, I've updated the script to use that in the latest commit:

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My personal monorepo: dotfiles, /etc-files, single-file scripts, vim plugins, webexts/userscripts, xmonad config, all that stuff… (by liskin)

    Project mention: strava-gear: Local rule-based tracker of gear and component wear for Strava | | 2021-09-14

    I'm quite a data nerd, so I wanted to track component wear in more detail than Strava allows. Some people here suggested their online web-based gear trackers here on this subreddit, but I was always afraid of trusting them with all the data. As you see, there's a lot of it, and I really prefer to keep this in git rather than manually entering it into a website that can go away.

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My dotfiles and scripts for Arch Linux with i3-gaps (by ecly)

  • GitHub repo i3

    Archivos de configuraciones de i3 (by icemodding)

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My personal set of dotfiles (Managed with Stow) (by mxdevmanuel)

    Project mention: typescript snippets duplicate when using nvim-cmp, luasnip and friendly snippets | | 2021-10-30
  • GitHub repo galliumos-braswell

    Project mention: Audio in Braswell on Alpine Linux | | 2021-07-25

    The audio card chtrt5650 is detected by default and I copied the configuration files from the Gallium OS project (except systemd related files) but I still couldn't get the audio even if alsamixer shows the card. I have followed the official pulseaudio, alsa guides of AlpineLinux as well.

  • GitHub repo panzerlop

    Configuration Guides for fixing things in Linux, Proton & KDE

    Project mention: Since the origional Arch/Manjaro hardening script is dead, looking for help checking through | | 2022-01-16
  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    Linux configuration files (dotfiles) and some useful scripts (by OliverLew)

    Project mention: Anyone have any good icons for the layout indicators in dwm? | | 2021-07-25

    I made myself a little python script pick-chars to show and pick glyph with rofi and have been using it. It shows the glygh and the name so I can search with texts.

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My personal configuration and bootstrap files (by RangHo)

    Project mention: | | 2021-04-01

    Well, thank you! And here are the answers... * My main machine is running Arch Linux, my school server Ubuntu, and me and my friends' private server Amazon Linux 2. Each machine has different packages and requirements, and some packages (like fontconfig) needs special care to copy proper configurations. Honestly I was too lazy to remember all the commands, so I over-engineered a "package manager". * You can see each directory's pkginfo file. There, it calls a command named depends. This basically constructs a space-separated list of packages, and saves it into a variable depends_ (see this line in the deffinition ofappend). The sole reason I'm doing this is to go through proper dependency tree check with a bs implementation of stack, just in case I do some stupid stuff and accidently create a dependency cycle which will deadlock the process ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ * The--noconfirmflag is sent topacmanand basically skips theye wanna install these for sure? [Y/n]step and goes straight to business. The password is asked bysudo, most likely. So, piping stderr to/dev/nullshould not be a problem. By default,makepkguses a fakeroot environment, and by security reasons, not allowed to run as root. Still I am pretty sure thatmakepkgusessudoto get root access, so my recommendation would be giving longersudotimeout. If you think your build process takes too long, then you might want to usesudo` keepalive snippet below:

  • GitHub repo galliumos-skylake

    Project mention: Was anyone successful at getting the built-in soundcard to work on Lars? | | 2021-12-12

    I tried applying the patches from the Gallium OS GitHub repo ( on Arch Linux, Ubuntu (20.04 and 21.10) and Fedora (latest stable).

  • GitHub repo shlomif-computer-settings

    Shlomi Fish's personal software settings/dot-files/etc.

    Project mention: | | 2021-03-21

    See this script

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My arch linux setup. Scripts, configs and more. (by jneidel)

  • GitHub repo .dotfiles

    Config files for *nix and Sway tiling wm, branches for different distros/computers (by dpgraham4401)

    Project mention: Sharing your Swaywm | | 2021-10-17
  • GitHub repo kdm-bash-env

    My BASH environment. Warning: Bash 4+ and 24bit TERM support required.

    Project mention: Neovim and Vim on same environment | | 2021-03-19
  • GitHub repo dockerhomelab

    Config files for my Homelab

    Project mention: Trouble with getting off the ground | | 2021-08-17

    If this is helpful to you I have recently uploaded my working docker configurations on github:

  • GitHub repo wp-config-generator

    A simple Wordpress config generator using environment variables.

    Project mention: Simple Config Generator | | 2021-09-06
  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    Personal configuration files (dotfiles) for Arch Linux based systems. Installation script: curl -sL (by jurc192)

    Project mention: How to adapt a script (git-related stuff) to work in arch-chroot (system installation) | | 2021-05-14
  • GitHub repo

    Install CMake on Ubuntu

    Project mention: CMake setup script | | 2021-07-23

    Hi everyone. Just got back to C++ after a a long break. I'm on Ubuntu 16.04. Incase you are opting to CMake as your build system you can use this setup script. Thanks

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My dotfiles - Sway, neovim, qutebrowser & more (by nichobi)

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-01-16.

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Project Stars
1 easy-wg-quick 648
2 dotbare 433
3 konfig 194
4 dotfiles 167
5 dotfiles 55
6 dotfiles 43
7 i3 31
8 dotfiles 21
9 galliumos-braswell 20
10 panzerlop 16
11 dotfiles 12
12 dotfiles 12
13 galliumos-skylake 9
14 shlomif-computer-settings 7
15 dotfiles 5
16 .dotfiles 4
17 kdm-bash-env 3
18 dockerhomelab 2
19 wp-config-generator 1
20 dotfiles 0
21 0
22 dotfiles 0
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