How I personalize my Linux config
I begin touching Linux back in 2011. I still remember, I learning vim, command line, etc.
Today, I have my own config in my GitHub repo.
In Unix, every programs’ config will be kept in home directory (~).
For example, for vim config will be kept in
Also, you can add alias to shorthen your command. Just have to edit the file
~/.bashrc, and add
alias gitdiff='git diff --color'
which mean, when you type in command
gitdiff, it actually equivalent to
git diff --color.
If you’re new to unix environment, you’ll find it actually save you lots of time.