.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 with the same user name. On one of the servers I have modified my .bashrc and added a bunch of new features to customize my need. What is the best way for me to have ...
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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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Can I use an environment variable to define an alias?

I'm using an automation engine to run perl scripts. script_X requires a wrapper script so it's run like: wrapper_script script_X --parameters But the automation engine can't understand that ...
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What controls the home directory in applications like Geeqie and Thunar?

I have a line in my .bashrc that cd's to a specific directory. For as long as I can remember, this only changed the directory in which terminal sessions began. But then at some point recently, GUI ...
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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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How to execute in-line commands through ssh

I'm struggling to execute commands through ssh, especially aliased command. The alias I need is ldocker which is set in the remote .bashrc. So far I tried: $ssh bugs2 '. .bashrc && echo ...
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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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trigger vi mode key binding in normal mode only

I've created some custom key bindings for bash vi mode. They trigger while I'm in insert mode and I want them instead to trigger when I'm in normal mode. I'm using vi mode set -o vi in a terminal ...
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Showing color in log output using tail command when using Cygwin?

I have a debian install that runs an application server. I ssh into this debian install from a Windows computer using cygwin and with the application server running I use tail -f to monitor the log ...
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I need to know about 'source' and the use of 'bashrc' in context to installing any package in ROS

I am trying to install Robot Operating system (ROS)in my system. At some point I need to use the following: echo "source /opt/ros/indigo/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc Then the following source ...
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how to get terminal to show root prompt in su

I am logged into a (normal) user, but when I go su : password my normal promt goes into showing me this instead of what it should. how to I fix this? ターミナル 10:15 AM (~) $ su Password: ...
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Why don't I get my bash customizations when I log in normally?

My user's shell prompt is stuck as [bash-4.2]$ and many useful commands like ll don't work on that bash-4.2 shell. I tried the chsh command and usermod commands, but neither fixed this. I've checked ...
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Problem with loading settings from .bashrc

I have a strange problem with terminal settings. I am a Debian 3.16.7 user. I saw the .bashrc file using ls -a but I couldn't open it (no file comunicate), so I restored it from /etc/skel/.bashrc. ...
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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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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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Monitor exit code in tmux

Is there a way to update tmux window attributes based on command exit status? Similar to activity monitoring, I would like the title to change color when a command exits, say, green for success and ...
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Added anaconda2 lib to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, results in “no version information available” warning

To compile a program (Caffe) I added my anaconda2 libraries to .bashrc as follows: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/anaconda2/lib/ However, now when I run ls or find I get the ...
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RH software collections enable for command run with sudo

We are using RH software collections for python34 and have the following in /etc/profile.d/scl_enable_python34.sh source scl_source enable rh-python34 This works perfectly for interactive users. ...
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tmux not executing ~/.bash_profile on start up

I searched the net and many people complained that tmux wasn't executing their .bashrc. The solution thats suggested everywhere was to source .bashrc from within .bash_profile cos tmux launches bash ...
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Bash completion function for vim 'scp://' Paths

For easily editing remote files with vim, I currently use a few .vimrc and .bashrc additions to my environment. The bash-scripting side of it "misuses" the available standard _scp bash completion ...
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CentOs7 Python 3.4 Install Method

This post relates to this question where I was asked to explain how I installed python3 on my system. I was attempting to install python3 on my system for development purposes. Something went wrong ...
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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 can I find where tmux is installed on my computer? I would like it to autostart when bash starts

I know that this exists. But it isn't working, and when I try to find tmux in the "bin" directories of my computer, it doesn't find it. How is it working when I enter tmux into terminal then? ...
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Debian: mvn command not found

I am attempting to install Maven in my Debian 7 environment, but even having followed the instructions from this video, I can't seem to get Maven working. I have the folder apache-maven-3.1.1 in my ...
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Fill the name of last-run program in Bash

Suppose I execute some command: ls -l ~/some_dir. I would like to create an alias, such that I could execute man with the name of the last-run program as a parameter, i.e., man ls in this case. ...
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Bash prompt time is not always updating

Before I start, this is not a question about how to customize PS1. I have already customized mine and I'm quite happy with it. I usually work in a remote server with SuperPuTTY, which allows me to ...
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SCP won't copy files due to output in .bashrc

I just uploaded my linux (mint to v. 17.1), and now I cannot upload files to a cluster via scp anymore. I understand that .bashrc cannot output anything during the process for it confuses scp, so when ...
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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 ...