On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 04:39:54PM -0500, Bruce Park wrote:
> Dear debian users,
> My understanding with the original Bourne shell was that when it starts up,
> it will execute .profile in the users home directory. How does this work in
> bash? I have a .bash_profile but I know that it isn't executed since my
> PATH variable isn't updated everytime I log on.
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aa ... .bash_profile executed 100%
maybe in a .bashrc , sourced from it, the PATH changes?
bash executes /etc/profile , ~/.bash_profile , ~/.bash_login and ~/.profile
or you enabled --noprofile option
or its not your $HOME ?? thanx for listening .nya .. reading
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- From: "Arthur H. Johnson II" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: "Bruce Park" <email@example.com>