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GitHub Repo that Linus was talking about in the Linux Video

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In the "10 Ways Linux is just better!" Linus talks about Anthony running into a guy at System76 who had a GitHub repo with a script which could install all the software you would need and download your user profile after installation. I couldn't find the link to it in the description, or the comments. Could any of you kindly link the repo in the comments?

 

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I believe that was a personal repo that he was talking about. Many people have a dotfiles repo for such configs. You can easily see tons of those on github.


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1 hour ago, admkhalid said:

In the "10 Ways Linux is just better!" Linus talks about Anthony running into a guy at System76 who had a GitHub repo with a script which could install all the software you would need and download your user profile after installation. I couldn't find the link to it in the description, or the comments. Could any of you kindly link the repo in the comments?

 

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All the software and configuration that one specific person or group would ever need. Not necessarily you.

These scripts can also remove things and configure a system in such a way that it expects certain hardware to exist.

These are personal setup / install scripts, Generally setup by more experienced people.

It would be a fairly bad idea to download a random script to setup your Environment, especially if you don't understand what it does.


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