I have a few separate programs installed, some of which require me to go into my terminal and enable/disable the "Run command as a login shell" option to get either working.
I installed Ruby on Rails. Unfortunately I have to go into the terminal options and enable "Run command as login shell" for it to be in my PATH.
This wasn't too much of an issue up until I installed sexy-bash-prompt, which works only if the option is disabled.
So my question is essentially: what does "Run command as login shell" do? Is there a way to get the things that run when it's disabled to run when you do run as login shell?