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Old 09-28-2010, 01:16 AM   #1
ChantCd
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WANTED: Fedora's default BASHRC and VIMRC files


I'm using Ubuntu, but I really, really miss Fedora's terminal configuration. I use "vi" a lot when I'm editing config files, and Ubuntu's config file totally stinks.

I just need the text contained in .bashrc and .vimrc -- that way I can overwrite what I have now

Thanks,

Matthew
 
Old 09-28-2010, 02:52 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by ChantCd View Post
I'm using Ubuntu, but I really, really miss Fedora's terminal configuration. I use "vi" a lot when I'm editing config files, and Ubuntu's config file totally stinks.

I just need the text contained in .bashrc and .vimrc -- that way I can overwrite what I have now

Thanks,

Matthew
What settings of vi and bash you want? You can add settings manually in those files or you can copy those files from another machines (fedora)?

Regards,
 
Old 09-28-2010, 04:22 AM   #3
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Hi ChantCd,

I think you can copy it all from your skel directory

Here the code
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ls -lah /etc/skel
If there result is display all the file that you need (.vimrc and .bashrc) then copy it to your home directory, this code for copy the .bashrc
Quote:
cp /etc/skel/.bashr ~
Otherwise, if there are not .vimrc on your skel directory list, then copy this code to your .vimrc on your home direcotry

Quote:
" Turn on line numbering. Turn it off with "set nonu"
set nu

" Set syntax on
syntax on

" Indent automatically depending on filetype
filetype indent on
set autoindent

" Case insensitive search
set ic

" Higlhight search
set hls

" Wrap text instead of being on one line
set lbr

" Change colorscheme from default to delek
colorscheme delek
Wish this information can help your problem

Regards,
Mardi V. Tamma

Last edited by mardi; 09-28-2010 at 04:40 AM.
 
Old 09-28-2010, 12:17 PM   #4
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What settings of vi and bash you want? You can add settings manually in those files or you can copy those files from another machines (fedora)?

Regards,
I want the color scheme, and especially the keyboard mapping configuration. When I use the arrow keys, delete key, home key, etc. it is very erratic in Ubuntu's default configuration of VIM. It puts a capital letter on a new blank line, etc. instead of moving the cursor to the right when I press the regular "right" arrow key.
In Fedora it works as expected.

So I'd like to just copy Fedora's configuration over -- there's nothing of Ubuntu's VIM/Bash config that I'd miss!

I don't have Fedora on any machines right now, though.

Thanks,

Matthew
 
Old 09-29-2010, 02:14 AM   #5
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I want the color scheme, and especially the keyboard mapping configuration. When I use the arrow keys, delete key, home key, etc. it is very erratic in Ubuntu's default configuration of VIM. It puts a capital letter on a new blank line, etc. instead of moving the cursor to the right when I press the regular "right" arrow key.
In Fedora it works as expected.

So I'd like to just copy Fedora's configuration over -- there's nothing of Ubuntu's VIM/Bash config that I'd miss!

I don't have Fedora on any machines right now, though.

Thanks,

Matthew
check vim package installed or not. by default there is vim-tiny package installed on ubuntu.

Code:
sudo dpkg --list vim* | grep ^i
ii  vim                                  1:7.1.314-3+lenny2         Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor
ii  vim-common                           1:7.1.314-3+lenny2         Vi IMproved - Common files
ii  vim-runtime                          1:7.1.314-3+lenny2         Vi IMproved - Runtime files
ii  vim-tiny                             1:7.1.314-3+lenny2         Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor - compact v
Install vim if not installed and you will get full vim featuchers.
Code:
sudo apt-get install vim
Regards,

Last edited by sem007; 09-29-2010 at 02:16 AM. Reason: add more info
 
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