The Arch Wiki has some example aliases and generic commands that will work in the majority of
.bashrc files providing you are using systemd and have
This highlights the problem with the approach you are seeking, and one of the undesirable side effects of copying and pasting someone else's idea of a standard configuration into your shell 's config. You run two risks: introducing material that is not suitable for your environment or, much worse, adding configuration options that are just plain wrong but that the person before you had added because they were similarly misinformed. As an example, look through some
.bashrc files in git/hg repositories and note how many export a TERM...
You are much better off starting with whatever your distro ships and then adding options that are familiar and tested by you, documented in the
man page or—if you do want to use options in other people's configs—add them one at a time and make sure they do what they are supposed to do.