Update without thinking
October 24, 2015 - 1 minute read
DATE: February 2019
This is a blog entry that I wrote before I change my blog, most of it may be old and probably outdated.
This week was a little bit bored, there was nothing interesting in my work to write about, no weird technical issue to investigate. Also this weekend are elections here in Argentina, so my sunday will be busy and i don’t have hopes to have a fresh idea before monday hahah. But anyway i want to write something…
The last tuesday the new version of Ubuntu (15.10) went out and because of my addiction of being on the edge of everything, i felt the need to update my OS.
Yesterday I updated my current OS, but this morning i noticed a few problems and then remembered that with the previous update i end up suffering the same problem. So i have decided to make a clean installation.
I have all my data on external drives, so that wasn’t a problem. But i have a bunch of tools and customization.
To avoid to configure all that again by hand, i create a script that configures all the OS in the way i like, applications, themes, icons, system configs, NPM packages, IDE extensiones, etc.
I put it in a Github repository so everyone can fork it and make their own. https://github.com/ManRueda/ubuntu-initializer
Warning: The title is only a title, never update with out thinking!!! hahah