.bashrc is the primary configuration file for the bash shell.

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making my UID work the same on all servers

I have a user id on 5 servers same user name. for one of the servers I have modified my .bashrc and added a bunch of new features to customize how my UID command line, etc work. What is the best way ...
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Invoke subshell command with loaded rcfile

I have some Python code that does: (this is a simplified version) shell = os.environ['SHELL'] os.environ['PATH'] = ... # some new PATH value if call(shell, '-c', ...
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Populate PS1 asynchronously

I have a few git svn related functions that see if I have to pull/push from/to the repository. My problem is that the functions I've written to gather this information are too slow. I'd like to make ...
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Why does tmux mess up my Ubuntu login, though it works ok once logged in for new windows?

Why, after a Ubuntu 14.04 software update, does have exec tmux in my .bashrc lead to not being able to log in (though previously it worked fine for years) and how to fix ? Investigation: I recently ...
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My terminal is pure white // removal of the things spf13 has done to my Ubuntu

I have installed spf13 by using the command: curl http://j.mp/spf13-vim3 -L -o - | sh I didn't liked what I got, so I tried to get rid of it. I managed to get to my previous VIM configuration, but ...
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Create a service in Debian that sources a bash startup script

The server is running Debian 7 Wheezy without systemd. I have a user in Debian with Perlbrew installed into their home directory. The user is running a Mojolicious app. In order for the app to work, ...
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Universal .bashrc alias showing results of sysytemctl start command

This is small .bashrc alias that allows me to see results of starting service alias systemctl start apache='systemctl start apache && echo SUCCESS || echo failure' How can i modify to work ...
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RVM + TMUX—Duplicate entries in $PATH

My Linux terminal config files (.bash_profile, .profile, .bashrc) expand $PATH by prepending some custom directories. This only happens once (and I've also included some ENV vairiable based guards to ...
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Unexpected output after switch to root

Does somebody know, why I get -ne (probably param from echo from section of setting PROMPT_COMMAND line 23) after I switch to root? Here is my /etc/bashrc. Bash 3.2.51, OS X 10.9 ...
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Unable to source .profile and .nvm/nvm.sh from .bashrc

I have configured my Ubuntu 14.04 with dotfiles found here Mathias Dotfiles. Everything is going smooth, I installed both RVM(Ruby Version Manager) and NVM(Node Version Manager). In order for both of ...
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Make xterm transparent

I'm going through the process of making xterm transparent, I've followed the steps on this site. I installed transset-df and Xcompmgr and added this line to my .bashrc file [ -n "$XTERM_VERSION" ] ...
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How to use history commands with readonly PROMPT_COMMAND?

I'm sometimes logged in on a host which I do not control and where PROMPT_COMMAND is readonly. Is there some way to work around this to run history commands anyway, for example using PS1? I've tried ...
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Error while setting up environment for running swift

I am getting the following error when running the script remakerings # remakerings Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/swift-ring-builder", line 5, in <module> ...
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Dynamically Source Bash & Profile Files Across Multiple Enviornments

I'd like to come up with a way to always source the user's profile and bash configuration files upon a interactive login or non-interactive login despite what file structure they may have. It would ...
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Bash ignore “update” command

I have this in my .bashrc export HISTTIMEFORMAT="%Y/%m/%d - %H:%M:%S - " export HISTIGNORE="&:[ ]*:reload:update" export HISTCONTROL=ignoreboth:erasedups shopt -s autocd shopt -s cmdhist shopt ...