RE: Can't set bash prompt
I have solved the problem by recreating the user's
account, but I still don't understand it, since the
.bashrc of the user was identical to mine... but well,
consider it solved.
--- David Christensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Jorge Peixoto wrote:
> > One of the users of this machine has a wrong bash
> prompt. ...
> If you're using Debian 3.1, take a look at
> /etc/profile. I have a script
> "cvsenv" which sets up environment variables for CVS
> usage. It also changes
> my Bash prompt (PS1). On fresh installs of Debian
> 3.1, /etc/profile
> interferes with the later function and I have to
> adjust things (I set PS1 in
> ~/.bash_profile which takes care of login shells,
> and I comment out the PS1
> line in /etc/profile).
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