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Re: bash, but no .bashrc??

On 24 January 2003 at 15:52,
"Andy Estes" <aestes@vt.edu> wrote:

> I am running Debian Woody (3.0r1).  The default shell for my user account is
> bash, and I can verify this by typing 'ps' once I am logged on.  However,
> the contents of my .bashrc do not get executed by default.  If I explicitely
> invoke bash (typing 'bash' at the shell), .bashrc is executed properly, but
> if I simply log in (locally or remotely), it doesn't happen.  Can anyone
> explain what is going on here?

You need to read the bash man page. Specifically, the section labelled 

Stephen W. Juranich                         sjuranic@ee.washington.edu
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