Update on 2017-01-27: provide easy to remember grml.org/console/$filename URLs.
Update on 2009-02-13: adjust zshrc setup as .zshrc.global is deprecated, see grml-zsh-refcard.
Update on 2008-10-10: replace old hg.grml.org URLs with current git.grml.org.
Update on 2009-08-11: refer to /etc/vim/vimrc as /etc/vim/vimrc and /etc/skel/.vimrc have been merged
You like grml‘s Zsh, GNU screen and Vim configuration? No problem to get that on non-grml/non-Debian/non-Linux/… systems as well. Just copy/paste the following lines which are stolen from one of my personal cheatsheets for working on foreign systems (being Linux as well as Solaris, BSD, Windows,…):
# IMPORTANT: please note that you might override existing # configuration files in the current working directory! => wget -O .screenrc https://grml.org/console/screenrc wget -O .vimrc https://grml.org/console/vimrc wget -O .zshrc https://grml.org/console/zshrc # optional: # wget -O .zshrc.local http://git.grml.org/f/grml-etc-core/etc/skel/.zshrc
If you do not want to copy/paste just use the grml-config.sh script instead.
Notice: the above URLs always points to the most recent version of the file(s), so it’s easy to stay up2date as well as checking out a very specific version of the configuration files. Just look at http://git.grml.org/?p=grml-etc-core.git.
Disclaimer: If you notice any problems with the configuration files on your system/platform please let us know, it’s considered a bug then. Any other feedback is welcome as well of course. :)