Typically .bashrc should return no output. If it did, scp and ssh will
not work properly. Rsync will refuse to run. So .bashrc should have
aliases etc while .bash_profile should have stuff like you only need to
set once, like your path and any app variables (PILOTRATE, etc) and maby a
fortune command at the end to send out a random fortune cookie. So the
general rule is there should be no output from .bashrc.
Arthur H. Johnson II
Senior Systems Engineer
The Linux Box
206 S. Fifth Ave. Suite 150
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Andrei Smirnov wrote:
> 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.
> > bp
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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
- Re: bash
- From: Andrei Smirnov <email@example.com>