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

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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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javapath is not showing

I installed Java, but I don't get the Java path when I am typing echo $JAVA_HOME, and also I am getting the following error message when I open a terminal bash: /home/ramesh/.bashrc: line 128: syntax ...
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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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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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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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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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How do I automatically change to a specific folder on login for an account with no home folder?

Typically I would create a user account and in the home folder, place the cd command in the ~/.bashrc file. For system users, however, with on home folders, the /etc/bash.bashrc file is used instead ...
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why is source command not being run in .bashrc

I have a source command which i have to manually run every time I open a new terminal. source /opt/ros/groovy/setup.bash Thus I added the command into the .bashrc file. However the does not seem to ...
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How to change my home directory?

I have a current /home/user/ directory for ~ but I want to change it to be at /user/home/ /user/home already exists. The option of using usermod is not going to work because I don't have access to ...
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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 ...
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If you install anaconda, how can you inactivate the anaconda environment?

I'm currently using Anaconda to get access to a "standard" set of packages on nearly any platform. The issue is, on the linux side of the house, my current approach is to tell the installer to ...
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Altering command to start application by mouse click - how to

I have Google Earth installed on my Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) and, in order to display clamped polygons on it, I have to start it with the command LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 googleearth. I would ...
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.bashrc and fortune/cowsay

I'm using Xubuntu 14.04 with XFCE (of course). I just added a line to ~/.bashrc: fortune | cowsay -f tux And everything is fine, when I open a terminal, cowsay runs with a fortune quote. Except one ...
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What is the difference between pre- and post- pathing

I was trying to add some directory to my path today. So far I used to do it using export PATH=/home/username/.../.../bin, then a colleague suggested adding :$PATH in the end of the line. I read some ...
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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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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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Specifying Python Distribution in Ubuntu 13.10 (for Continuum Anaconda Python)

I've been trying to install Python on my Ubuntu 13.10 VM. Ubuntu already comes with Python, and when I remove it with apt a lot of other apps get removed. I have installed Continuum's Anaconda ...
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Login errors in .bashrc in 13.04

I just upgraded to 13.04, and suddenly I get xsession errors in my .bashrc on login. There is nothing wrong with the .bashrc file--I can source it from a terminal login, and after I get into the ...
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Ubuntu got no .bash_login, .bash_profile

I'm new to Ubuntu and currently on it for assignment I need to run source ~/.bashrc at the first start of Ubuntu to enably my alias at the starting of the program. I've checked that I need to ...
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tlmgr man page not found

I have installed tlmgr and I've added to /etc/.bash.bashrc the following line: MANPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2014/texmf/doc/man:$MANPATH; export MANPATH Then I've done source /etc/bash.bashrc and man ...
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.desktop file with .bashrc environment

I am using IntelliJ IDEA, and it uses some of the environment variables defined in the .bashrc script. If I run its shell script from the terminal everything works fine but if I create a .desktop ...
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Problem during the usage of up and down keys for checking up and down arrows

I am facing an issue during the usage of up and down on gnome-terminal. Lets say my previous commands are vi pos_of_rightmost_setbit.cpp gcc -o harsha pos_of_rightmost_setbit.cpp At this point ...
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How can I `turn on and off` the functionality for dmesg?

I have used dmesg -c to clean the history but as I go to /var/log/. I found the file dmesg and the records in it remain. It's terrible. The wifi connection information is massive and bothering. I ...
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After exporting $PATH, commands don't work anymore

Trying installing Java, I tried to add it to the executable path with the line: export PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.7.0_60/bin:$PATH in the system-wide /etc/bash.bashrc file. For some reason this ...
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Alias's in .bash* not working

I am trying to create an alias and it does not seem to be working. I have tried it with both .bashrc and .bash_aliases. If I open my terminal and perform source .bashrc, then they work OK. What am I ...
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How can I see environment variables defined in .profile after lauching sudo codeblocks?

I am developing code with C++ in code::blocks. Because my code needs to access mice devices I launch code::blocks with sudo as superuser in an xterm I opened first. In the code I would like to read ...
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History — workking with bash to delete current session history however not the full history

$ bash <-- entering this command, right before leaving the session have been hit and miss -- sometime deletes the session's commands sometime doesn't I do not have history -a in the .bashrc --- ...