Best way to keep Terminal/shell customizations persistent across reboots?


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I like having my linux terminal sessions customized with the ZSH shell and oh-my-zsh with git and other plugins.

I can set this stuff up on unRAID, but lose all terminal customizations on system reboots.  ZSH can stay installed with the Nerd Pack plugin, but I have to reinstall oh-my-zsh via curl/wget and copy my backed up .zshrc back and change my default shell again.


I can probably setup a script to do all that via the go file, but is there a better way to just maintain terminal customizations and configs across system restarts?  It seems pretty inefficient, especially if I have to re-install oh-my-zsh on each boot. 

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