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Scripts that are executed for a login shell (systemwide /etc/profile, any script in /etc/profile.d, your local ~/.profile and the other files you list) define the environment of your current user - since you logged in. Any non-login shell that you subsequently open, will at least inherit the environment of your login shell. That is why you (already) have ...


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The other answers here are pretty good. But I sould like to add that the $ is also commonly called "string" as it is often asociated with a string. Also, I have heard ! called "bang" and * called "splat". In addition, I have heard ^ called "carrot".


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There are a few comments worth noting. "... the gpg passphrase (which is set by a script)". I take it you didn't write the script. Please post the script. Are there any instructions to use it? passphrase="my!pass". This doesn't mean "use ! as part of the string". !pass means "read history, and get the last command starting ...


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The nohup Wikipedia Page has a reference to this issue specifically: Note that nohupping backgrounded jobs is typically used to avoid terminating them when logging off from a remote SSH session. A different issue that often arises in this situation is that ssh is refusing to log off ("hangs"), since it refuses to lose any data from/to the ...


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please replace "source ./activate" with ". ./activate" see: Bourne shell builtins good luck.


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There is no need to specify the directory when using the WordPress CLI. Instead you go to the directory where the core is to be copied: cd /var/www/public_html sudo -u www-data wp core download Using sudo -u www-data ensures the files are copied with the correct ownership. From there, you can begin your WordPress installation.


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