re: My beautiful Linux development environment VIEW POST

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I'm currently interested in trying to automate my environments. In the past, especially on OS X, I have spent days getting my environment perfected. I probably couldn't do it again if I had to rebuild the precise environment, so I am working on scripting out my configuration, keeping configurations in source control, and fun stuff like that so that my environment is more disposable in the future and I can experiment freely knowing everything can easily be rebuilt.

 

You should check this out: github.com/geerlingguy/mac-dev-pla...

It uses Ansible and home brew to help automate Mac setup.

 

That's a great idea for a write-up I would totally read the shit out of. Would love to hear about your progress and conclusions.

 
 

Yes that's something I'm trying to do as well. A fully automated setup for Fedora is the dream. This article is kind of a first step for me

 

Hey great article! this maybe can serve as inpiration. I have for both Fedora and Ubuntu (it is also possible that it doesn't work, I remember there were a few bugs :). Cheers!

GitHub logo flrnprz / ansible

Workstation auto-conf

Workstation ansible playbooks

Need ansible installed in your local machine.

Command line

$ ansible-pull -U https://github.com/flrnprz/ansible.git
Testing:
$ ansible-pull -U https://github.com/flrnprz/ansible.git --check



 
 

A great first step, if you haven't done it yet, is to save your configuration files in your home directory in a dotfiles git repo (here's mine for example). While you may need to do a couple of steps to get ready to pull it down, it can shave a bunch of time getting things like common tool and editor configs set up quickly.

 

I did just start doing that, also handy for keeping my org mode files in sync. I am trying to learn Puppet as well, but that's going to take some time!

 

I do the same. Also, have a separate repo for my IDE (PHPStorm) settings.

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