! default settings for some X-Windows programs
! rxvt-unicode
urxvt.geometry: 80x56
urxvt.background: black
urxvt.foreground: white
urxvt.saveLines: 1000
urxvt.scrollBar: false
urxvt.inheritPixmap: true
urxvt.fading: 50
urxvt.tintColor: green3
urxvt.shading: 40
urxvt.visualBell: true
urxvt.font: fixed


if [ "$PS1" ]; then
# enable color support of ls and also add handy aliases
eval `dircolors -b`
alias ls='ls --color=auto'
alias ll='ls -hl'
alias la='ls -Ah'
alias x='startx'
alias clear='clear;fortune -ae'
alias nstll='sudo apt-get install '
alias vi='vim'
alias halt='sudo halt -p'
alias vii='sudo vim '
alias key="mount /dev/sda;ls /mnt/key"
alias unkey="umount /mnt/key"
alias dos2unix="flip -uv "
alias unix2dos="flip -mv "
alias spmlearn='sa-learn --mbox --spam /home/willyyam/Mail/spam;
rm /home/willyyam/Mail/spam;
touch /home/willyyam/Mail/spam'

# set a fancy prompt


# After some consideration, I've decided to run this sucker via
# cron, 'cause I don't *really* need extra services running

# fetchmailconf is a stupid-head

set postmaster "$username"
set bouncemail

# Do this for each account to fetch

poll $accountname via $mailserver

user '$remote_login' there with password '$remote_pass' is '$username' here