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I was read this article in EFY times: http://www.efytimes.com/e1/fullnews.asp?edid=111978 and I put twice the command:

echo 'man `ls /usr/bin | shuf -n 1`' >> ~/.bashrc

and now always when I open my terminal appears twice random commands.

And after I put the command:

echo dman `ls /usr/bin | shuf -n 1`’ >> ~/.bashrc

and now when I open my terminal appears:

The program dman dont be installed you can install it write 
sudo apt-get install bikeshed

but I dont want install it.

How I can erase all this when I open my terminal?

Thank you!

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Using this kind of commands in terminal:

echo '<command>' >> ~/.bashrc

you add a new line with <command> at the end of ~/.bashrc file. So you need to edit ~/.bashrc file and remove the lines from the end of the file with the commands added. To edit ~/.bashrc just type the following command in terminal:

gedit ~/.bashrc
  • @vasa1 Sorry, no! – Radu Rădeanu Jul 27 '13 at 11:37
  • solved!!! thank you very much a lots Radu Rădeanu – Quantum Jumping Jul 27 '13 at 11:41

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