QUICK NOTE: I'm not sure if its necessary if I need to mention this but I'm running a chroot environment inside my /home directory
So I wasn't sure how to really google search this. I apologize in advance if this is a duplicate.
I'm running Ubuntu-server 14.04 and I'm able to successfully connect to ssh. However, I notice that the prefixes for a admin user and a non admin user is different.
Nebulous is the admin account (the account created for me during system install).
Using username "nebulous". Authenticating with public key "" from agent nebulous@Nebulous-Linux:~$
Appmanager is the non admin account.
Using username "appmanager". Authenticating with public key "" from agent -bash-4.3$
Prefixes to compare are:
If both users are set to use /bin/bash:
Why are the prefixes different?
This also seems to cause a problem with aliases.
If I login with nebulous, then
su appmanager, and execute an alias, it works properly.
However, if I were to login with a non-admin account and try to execute an alias, it doesnt recognize the same alias
appmanager@Nebulous-Linux:/home/appmanager$ helloworld Hello, World!
-bash-4.3$ helloworld -bash: helloworld: command not found
What causes the shell to not recognize the alias?
/home. Either modify the home directory in the
/etc/passwdor in the