Re: bash color aliases
Is ~/.bashrc only run automatically for non-login shells? I think it
should be "sourced" in ~/.bash_profile so that it will run either
Of course, also run the above command manually to ensure the .bashrc
On Dec 6, 2007, at 12:00 PM, Christian Ruffer wrote:
thats what I expected. I did logout and login a several times while
trying, but nothing happend.
Is there a another place which overrights the /home/user/.bashrc ?
Cassiano Bertol Leal schrieb:
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Christian Ruffer wrote:
It actually *is* like that. The thing is that it will not work
can you please tell me how to set colors and aliases in my bash.
I read the docs and comments, which told me to add or uncomment the
lines in /home/user/.bashrc.
I did that, but the changes didn't take an effect.
For the root user it works when I change /root/.bashrc
How can I change the bash for a normal user?
next time you log in.
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