To enable the Vim dotfiles for Neovim on Windows, open up a Command Prompt (not the new Terminal) as an Administrator and run the following commands:
>cd %userprofile%\AppData\Local >mkdir nvim >mklink nvim\init.vim %userprofile%\dotfiles\vim\.vimrc >mklink /J nvim\autoload %userprofile%\dotfiles\vim\.vim\autoload
This sets up the necessary symlinks for Neovim to be able to read from the dotfiles.
Any additions to
.bashrc should be done by creating
*.sh files in
In order for this to work,
.bashrc needs this line:
steam folder contains an override application file for Steam. It is a simple
copy of the system one, but adds the
LD_PRELOAD environment variable to the exec
command. This is needed due to issues
with the bundled libraries that can conflict with system graphics drivers.
After stowing a folder with
.desktop files, run this to pick them up:
$ xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate