.bashrc is the Bash shell configuration file for a user's terminal login session.

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What does the first '.' mean in '. ~/.bashrc'? [duplicate]

I saw a post about fix your alias in .bashrc. And he says after you put your alias in .bashrc , you need to use: . ~/.bashrc I do not quite understand what the first dot(' . ') does here. What's ...
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Bash Function Oblivion [duplicate]

I'm fairly new to Linux, as many of you may have noticed. What I speak particularly is adding personal, user-generated functions and alias in my .bashrc file. I'm not exactly sure how bash works but ...
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.bashrc shebang line reports command not found

Tried the following shebang lines: $ head -n2 .bashrc | od -c 0000000 357 273 277 # ! / b i n / b a s h \n $ bash bash: #!/bin/bash: No such file or directory .bashrc starts ...
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Grails different versions in ubuntu

I am using grails 2.4.0 for my recent grails application. Now I have cloned a grails-app which is developed in grails 2.0.4. My grails path is pointing to 2.4.0, so that I just upgraded the 2.0.4 ...
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Weird problem: can not connect network until a terminal is opened in Live system

Live system based on ubuntu server 12.04.2 with manual installed X and openbox. startx is in a shell script which is called in /etc/rc.local with su -l root -c /scriptsFolder/script.sh A program is ...
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TangoWithDjango .bashrc edit causing errors

I'm currently doing the Tango with Django module and I've edited my .bashrc as it lists. Appending [[ -s $HOME/.pythonbrew/etc/bashrc ]] && source $HOME/.pythonbrew/etc/bashrc to the end ...
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Need to exec $SHELL on new terminal for settings to work

Unsure what is interfering with my shell, on every new shell I need to exec $SHELL to get correct settings to take. I am getting this prompt by default sayth@sayth-TravelMate-5740G:~$ and after ...
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Command not found for alias

I recently installed the apache2 package using the Software Centre, I want to create an alias apacheres which will replace the more cumbersome command /etc/init.d/apache2 restart. I opened the ....
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Why doesn't the command finish

I have added this to .bashrc alias a='ap update && ap dist-upgrade -y && do-release-upgrade -d && ap check && ap autoremove -y && ap autoclean' So i can run ...
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alias of nodejs as node on 14.04

i installed nodejs with apt-get on 14.04 When i do nodejs -v v0.10.25 and when i do node -v node : command not found. So i want to make alias of nodejs as node So i inserted a line in ~/....
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Install bashmark on ubuntu 12.04

I followed the instructions at this page: http://www.huyng.com/projects/bashmarks/ to install bashmark on ubuntu. I have not understood what the guide mean with "add source ~/.local/bin/bashmarks.sh ...
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How to set bashrc shell environment

I would like to add _ENV to my bash so once I ssh to the server it shows something like this: [live][root@server ~]# or [dev][root@server ~]# How can I do this? I have been looking everywhere ...
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After being root, the custom .bashrc file no longer runs?

I modified my .bashrc file to customize my terminal. I modified the else PS1 statement to the one I needed and it works fine but when I login as root it switched back to the one it originally had. How ...
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enabling ccache in ubuntu for android development

http://source.android.com/source/initializing.html#choosing-a-branch following the instruction, I installed ccache and edited .bashrc with export USE_CCACHE=1 but when I start a build, and typed ...
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how do I enable ccache

I am completely noob at this, i don't know what the make file is, and I don't know what bashrc is. but i do know where to download source code and use source somebash.sh then make file (as was told ...
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what is bashrc and why do I need to put dot infront of some executable in order to execute it? [closed]

what is bashrc I know files/folders with dot meaning they are hidden, but why do I need to put dot to execute the green files Coming from MS Dos, Linux seems to be very difficult to learn, where can I ...
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creating a bash alias name that contains an =

I am trying to set up a ~/.bash_aliases that worked in 12.04 but now bash complains about the = sign. alias emacs = 'emacsclient -c -a --socket-name=server --alternate-editor=' How can I set this ...
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Sequence of scripts sourced upon login

I would like to concentrate all my login config in my ~/.bash_profile. There was a ~/.bashrc there by default but I replaced it with a ~/.bash_profile. However, when I log in, something before my ~/....
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I messed the file bash.bashrc ubuntu 14.04

Trying to install java jre, I messed up the file bash.bashrc on Ubuntu 14.04, by adding these two lines at the end : export PATH= $PATH:usr/java/bin/ ; export JAVA_HOME= $JAVA_HOME:usr/java/bin/java/...
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Adding JAVA_HOME (JDK) in .bashrc

I just installed Ubuntu and am Java 7u55 (JDK) and am trying to configure JAVA_HOME as an environment variable. In ~/.bashrc I added: # Exports JAVA_HOME=/home/myuser/sandbox/java/7u55/jdk1.7.0_55 ...
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Changing .bashrc to allow a call to “android” from any directory

I can successfully do the following command in the directory listed kn@MrComp:~/.android_os/adt-bundle-linux/sdk/tools$ android list targets Available Android targets: ---------- id: 1 or "android-19"...
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How to edit displayed bash name [duplicate]

I've done some googling, and looking around this stack overflow, but this one seems to elude me. How might I reduce/edit the displayed bash name on the terminal prompt? I.E. This: fresearch@...
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Unable to login to my account using terminal

I was trying to add some lines to the end of .bashrc file by following instructions to install rvm on Ubuntu 12.04 , now when i am putting in password after doing a sudo su the terminal freezes . ...
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How do I create an alias that displays the contents of a `history list`?

How do I create a new alias command called cet103demo which displays the contents of the bash history list one page at a time, and also making sure the new alias is automatically loaded when the ...
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Can't see the Username and hostname in terminal

While I'm Opening a New Terminal i Used to get like this before sysadmin@system99:~$ But now i get like this below -bash-4.2$ Seems .bashrc issue, so what i copied bashrc from cp /etc/skel/* ~...
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Add a binary to my path

I have an executable. I want to execute the executable in terminal with name only like other commands. I can put my executable in /usr/local/bin or I could add its PATH to ~/.bashrc. Both will work. ...
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In .bashrc how to use the output of “uname -m” as path (I get error: “uname: No such file or directory”)?

In my $HOME/.bashrc I defined the following variable: ARCH="uname -m" Calling from the terminal: $ARCH I'd like to get: x86_64 and I get as I'd like: x86_64 But calling: local/$ARCH I'd ...
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Throwing error message when opening terminal

I'm new on Ubuntu and ROS. I installed two different distro. (groovy and hydro). When I open the terminal I take this error. bash: /opt/ros/groovy/setup.bash: No such file or directory I remove ...
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unable to type commands in terminal

I was install mpi and I have given the path for it in the .bashrc and I closed my terminal and after some time again I opened terminal it's showing following error in the very first line followed by ...
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howto link / execute / add to $PATH: python3.3.5 after manual installation in 12.04 LTS

I'm trying to install python3.3.5 on /home/myUser/XX, where home is located on a separate partition. I'm relatively new to Linux and have only basic knowledge about installing packages on my own, ...
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Cannot seem to get bash history along with others working

This is very similar to all the other questions out there but at the same time not. I am running Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-59-generic x86_64) to be precise. I successfully setup a new user ...
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bashrc shortcuts in Tmux

I have sets many shortcuts in .bashrc profile of local user, and they work properly. Currently on my 12.04 system but when ever I tried to used them in tmux, I always get the same response command not ...
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Why does Ubuntu's default ~/.profile source ~/.bashrc?

These are the contents of the stock ~/.profile that came with my 13.10 (commented lines removed): if [ -n "$BASH_VERSION" ]; then if [ -f "$HOME/.bashrc" ]; then . "$HOME/.bashrc" fi fi ...
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nvcc not found, but only when using sudo

I can't get ANYTHING working on linux. I'm trying to compile CudaMiner. sudo make: ypt-jane.o `test -f 'scrypt-jane.cpp' || echo './'`scrypt-jane.cpp mv -f .deps/cudaminer-scrypt-jane.Tpo .deps/...
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Why doesn't the xbacklight command work in rc.local?

When I execute the command xbacklight -set 10 in my terminal the brightness is set to 0.1 as it should. But when I use this command in my rc.local-file, then it is not executed upon start -- because ...
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.bachrc $PATH doesn't find my python scripts

I've tried adding a path to my .bashrc file as follows export PATH=/beda/users/home/user252083/bin:$PATH and yes, I can then run the binary "bader", which is in the bin folder from anywhere. I also ...
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Where can I put commands that I want to run for all interactive, non-login shells?

Normally, in bash, the answer would be ~/.bashrc or /etc/bash.bashrc. But unfortunately Ubuntu is sourcing these files from ~/.profile and /etc/profile respectively. So, where should I put such ...
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Keeping “info” lines visible after quitting “info”?

I have: export MANPAGER="/usr/bin/less -r -X -is" as the last line in ~/.bashrc. This allows me to keep most of a man page visible on screen after exiting man. I want to do the same when I view ...
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The .bashrc file changed back after reload it

I changed the .bashrc file and run source ~/. bashrc it changes back to the old one. Why?
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Access and edit .bashrc via ssh on terminal

I try to access .bashrc by typing ~/.bashrc on my terminal. I am connecting to a remote server via ssh. I get an access denied message. I have no problems logging in, just the access denied message ...
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Ubuntu terminal not exporting environment variable from .bashrc

i tried following(read from stack exchange): added "export OSTYPE=linux" in .profile but even then it shows "echo $OSTYPE" as linux-gnu
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Copy current terminal prompt to clipboard

Is there a way to copy the currently written content of the bash prompt? Say I wrote: ping www.google.com so that the lines in terminal looks like: petr@sova:~$ ping www.google.com and didn't ...
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“NS=: ” in terminal profile when source .bashrc

I don't know what have I done in my Ubuntu 12.04. But whenever I igarcia@dulx0004:~$ source .bashrc I get the following [NS=:]igarcia@dulx0004:~$ What is going on?
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ADT Bundle .bashrc $PATH not working

I Installed the ADT bundle, worked fine the first go, even from a Gnome custom launcher. Didn't test ADB or FASTBOOT from CL, subsequently neither nor ADT is working. echo "$PATH" /usr/local/sbin: /...
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Virtual console not reading ~/.bashrc

I'm using Ubuntu 13.04, and have set up some custom functions in ~/.bashrc. The custom functions work fine when I open a terminal within the GNOME environment. When I switch over to a virtual ...
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No files in /etc/skel/ ; Can't restore .bashrc

I recently messed up my .bashrc file, which I mentioned in this question: Problem with installing Android developer files on Eclipse - messed up something with .bashrc, and I can't find a way to ...
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How do I restore .bashrc to its default?

I've been trying to install Android developer tools on Eclipse, and I followed the information in this video. Like the video said, I added the following two lines of code to the .bashrc file: export ...
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bash: /home/gaja/.bashrc: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `('

When I open the Terminal I got the following the errors. bash: /home/gaja/.bashrccu: No such file or directory bash: /home/gaja/.bashrc: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token (' bash: /home/...
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.bashrc not working after restart

I can't figure out what's wrong with my PC! I'm quite new to Ubuntu. I need to add android tools to the PATH variable so I add the following lines to .bashrc file: PATH=${PATH}:/home/user/Program\ ...
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Virtualenv permission denied

After a lot of struggle with virtualenv/virtualenvwrapper I decided to remove all virtualenvs and re-install the packages. root> su myuser myuser> sudo pip install virtualenv myuser> sudo ...