It’s that time of the year when distributions from the Ubuntu family are publishing their release previews and because I like testing software when it’s still warm, I’ve been doing quite some reinstalls lately. What doesn’t change is the software that I usually install right after the first boot. That’s why I created this little snippet which does it all in one step without having to wonder whether I forgot to install something.
I’m sharing it with you by publishing it on GitHub.
The script installs the LAMP stack, Composer, Oracle Java 7 JDK, Qt development tools, Zsh (and sets it as the default shell), Google Chrome, Opera, Clementine, XChat, Filezilla, Sublime Text 2 and Virtualbox.