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Inspired with answer provided by Serg and founding other similar solutions, I have come up with this command, using wget: wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/codeic/ttd/master/.bashrc > .bashrc where -O lets you specify the name of the file saving into, as explained here.


This is not the way bash aliases work, all the psoitional parameters in the bash aliases are appened at the end of the command rather than the place you have defined. To get over it you need to use bash functions. An example will make you more clear : $ cat file.txt foo $ cat bar.txt foobar spamegg $ grep -f file.txt bar.txt foobar $ alias foo='grep -f ...


I figured out that the linux console which opens after booting in CLI mode gets its parameters and characteristics directly from the .bashrc file, so, I did a little tweak to my bash file to get the above layout. Here is what I did: test -z "$TMUX" && (tmux new-session -d && tmux split-window -h && tmux split-window -v && ...


For me the fix was to move the environment variables from .bashrc to .profile and relogin. Komodo Edit now picks up the perlbrewed Perl from PATH. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnvironmentVariables was very helpful.


After installing nvm using the installation script approach, I had to source my .bachrc file: source ~/.bashrc Now the nvm command should work: me@computer:/$ nvm --version 0.26.0


You can use -E option of sudo to preserve your user environment. From the man page: -E, --preserve-env Indicates to the security policy that the user wishesto preserve their existing environment variables. The security policy may return an error if the user does not have permission to preserve the environment. You ...


The problem is in your line 120. You are right there is a missing '"' and you should add it there. When you add the '"' at the end of line 120 then line 120 alters your PATH environment variable in a way it shouldn't. It overrides the PATH and does not take care about previous value of PATH. The correct line 120 would be: export ...


Pasting the code in ShellCheck reveals the problem: 120 export PATH="/home/chill/android-studio/bin ^––SC1078 Did you forget to close this double quoted string? 121 export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/bin:$PATH" ^––SC1079 This is actually an end quote, but due to next char it looks suspect. So you need to add a closing double ...

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