Topic: My .bash_aliases file :3
Do whatever you want with this <3
#DEVUAN-DEBIAN TO HYPERBOLA BASH ALIASES #I originally made these aliases for Debian and/or Devuan GNU+Linux, #but since I've switched to Hyperbola I have decided to modify them. #You may want to use them if you are new to Hyperbola and/or #Pacman-based distros. With the exception of Alpine, all the UNIX-like #systems I have used prior to Hyperbola GNU+Linux were based on Debian, #but I am quickly learning the hyper way. Do take what I say about #pacman with a grain of salt, though. You may want to read pacman's #info/man pages as pacman has some interesting functionality which is #not documented here. #WAIVER: To make this file as libre as possible, any restrictive powers #assigned to me over it are relinquished, to the fullest extent allowed, #under CC0 (https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:CC0) + Miloslav Číž's #ip_waiver #(https://codeberg.org/drummyfish/my_text_data/raw/branch/master/ip_waiver.txt) #SUPERUSER ALIASES: alias su="su --login" #This command lets me log into the root account. Login variable allows #root's .bashrc file to be read; I have modified root's .bashrc file so #that it redirects to my user's alias file (this one), therefore the #--login variable allows me to run the aliases from this file as root. #The --preserve-environment variable can achieve the same effect #without meddling with root's .bashrc file, but I do not recommend it #as it has caused me negative side-effects when it comes to bash #history. alias sudo="doas" #From the period where I was trying to transition from sudo to doas. alias S="doas" #The S is for sudo, referencing the alias above. Note: When two #1-letter aliases use the same letter, the authoritarian commands such #as doas use uppercase aliases, while less menacing commands are in #lowercase. This allows me to create more 1-letter aliases. alias d="doas" #Self-explanatory. #NON-ROOT PACMAN ALIASES: alias sh="pacman -Sii" #This alias was originally for "apt show" (the "sh" is for "show"). #This command has been converted to a pacman alternative which serves #the same purpose (showing information about a package). This alias #overrides the "sh" command, therefore it might cause some code to #break. alias s="pacman -Ss" #The "s" is for "apt search", also converted to a similar pacman #alternative. #ROOT PACMAN ALIASES: #alias b="doas pacman build-dep" #Unlike the previous package manager commands, I haven't properly #converted this command to Hyperbola, therefore it has been disabled #with a hashtag. alias u="doas pacman -Syy" #For "doas apt update". The double "y" is optional, therefore you #could use "doas pacman -Sy" instead, but the double "y" guarantees #that pacman will try to fetch a more up-to-date package index even if #it believes that the current index in your system is already #up-to-date alias i="doas pacman -S" #For "doas apt install". Can also be used to reinstall packages. alias a="doas pacman -Qdt" #For doas apt autoremove. Unlike in Debian, this will not #automatically delete orphan packages, just list them. I have found no #pacman equivalent that automatically removes orphans. alias U="doas pacman -Su" #For "doas apt upgrade". This will try to upgrade your system's #packages based on the package index stored on your system, therefore #you MUST run the lowercase "u" alias beforehand. This is to comply #with my tradition of running "sudo apt update" and "sudo apt upgrade" #separately. You may change this alias to "doas pacman -Syyu"; then you #will no longer have to use the lowercase "u" alias because pacman will #automatically fetch a new package index before upgrading your #packages. #alias g="doas pacman-get source" #For doas apt-get source. Non-functional alias. alias p="doas pacman -Rsn" #For doas apt purge. Uninstalls packages and removes configuration #files. Unlike Debian, this will destroy any orphan dependencies, so #there is no need to run an "apt autoremove" command alias r="doas pacman -S" #For "doas apt reinstall". This alias is redundant as pacman uses the #same command for installing as for reinstalling (see "i" alias). alias R="doas pacman -Rs" #For doas apt remove. Same as the "p" alias, but configuration files #are preserved. #TEXT-EDITOR ALIASES: alias V="doas vim" #For editing configuration files in Vim alias v="vim" #For editing non-root files in Vim alias Z="doas zile" #For editing configuration files in Zile alias z="zile" #Self-explanatory #OTHER: #alias python="python3" #Useless alias, made when I was trying to build Libreboot roms in #Debian and/or a Debian-based distro (Libreboot documentation demands #that the "python" command redirect to python3). On Hyperbola, you do #not need this alias as the "python" command will open up python3 by #default. If you are using Debian, be aware that there are packages #which redirect python to python3 for you, so you may not need #to make any dumb python aliases like I tried to do here. UPDATE: I #have realized the error of my ways and I apologize for calling you #useless and dumb, alias.