Simply run this command from your terminal.
curl -OL https://bashhub.com/setup && bash setup
This will pulldown and run bashhub's installation file. If all is well you should see something like this:
____ _ _ _ | _ \ | | | | | | | |_) | __ _ ___| |__ | |__ _ _| |__ ___ ___ _ __ ___ | _ < / _` / __| '_ \| '_ \| | | | '_ \ / __/ _ \| '_ ` _ \ | |_) | (_| \__ \ | | | | | | |_| | |_) | (_| (_) | | | | | | |____/ \__,_|___/_| |_|_| |_|\__,_|_.__(_)___\___/|_| |_| |_| Welcome to bashhub setup! Are you a new user? [Y/n] y What's your email? firstname.lastname@example.org What username would you like? ryan
Last thing you'll have to do is close and restart your terminal.
Should be good to go! Please close and restart your terminal session.
Concerns about what this does? No worries it's all open sourced and can be found here Bashhub Installation on Github.
Need to reinstall or update?
Just rerun the initial installation command.
What does the install do?
Bashhub will setup a directory at
$HOME/.bashhub that contains a few scripts and a python virtual environment. If you check your bash profile you should see the installation hook.
### Bashhub.com Installation if [ -f ~/.bashhub/bashhub.sh ]; then source ~/.bashhub/bashhub.sh fi
Depending on what you use to configure your terminal (.profile, .bashrc, .bash_profile), this installation hook may need to be moved to the appropriate place.
Bashhub's not for you? Sorry. Uninstall is super simple.
rm -r ~/.bashhub