bash won't source .bashrc from an interactive terminal unless I manually run bash from a terminal: $ bash or manually source it: $ source ./.bashrc or running: $ st -e bash Here's some useful ...
Possible Duplicate: Using ‘.’ to execute files in bash I was trying to figure out how to export my environmental via script instead of changing my .bashrc file. I found this old useful ...
I have Suse Linux on my desktop. So I am root and "normal" user. Frequently e.g. to start tomcat or install/remove a program I should use sudo or switch to super user. But I have defined many aliases ...