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I have no idea what the best approach is and elegance is certainly in the eye of the beholder, but I use the following for my dotfiles: A ~/.dotfiles directory that contains all of the dotfiles themselves. These are all managed in a git repo. A script, also in ~/.dotfiles that creates the required links into my home directory. I don't have any dotfiles in ...
Never mind, thanks to user1794469, I found out how to do it. You just make a file in the home directory called ".themes" Putting the "." before the letters makes the file hidden,so when you want to decompress (extract) your theme into it's respective folder, you have to click "Enter Location" in your archive or zip manager. and simply type in ".themes" as ...
If you use systemd, there should be a way with a .mount unit and a mount script ! See man systedmd.unit and man systemd.mount ! But generally, you'd avoid using ntfs or any microsoft tech on linux because windows and linux just do not work the same way, and ntfs isn't as well supported as other filesystems. Plus, it's less performant
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