> I'm confused as to how debian handles the .bashrc file. In my user
> directory, I have a .bashrc file that reads
> # ~/.bashrc: executed by bash(1) for non-login shells.
> But when I log into X and issue the ls command, it doesn't execute the
> command in color, nor does it do anything for ll la or l, what's
> overriding the .bashrc file? I don't have xdm installed..
Dale, does your .bash_profile have a
in it anywhere?
For your login shell, .bash_profile is executed.