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Re: personal .bashrc

I remember that the files are read like

/etc/profile - > ~/.bash_profile -> ~/.bashrc -> ~./profile

but the bashrc file should be created by default without you having to
insert it..

On 12/25/06, Lorenzo Bettini <bettini@dsi.unifi.it> wrote:

on the standard user's home I use everyday I have the .bashrc file that
is read upon login.

Now I created a brand new user (with adduser), but the .bashrc file I
inserted in his home is never read upon login...  in /etc/profile and
/etc/bash.profile the .bashrc is actually never read...  so how does it

thanks in advance

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