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I am using a terminator layout to start multiple terminals, and would like to call an alias at each terminal start which is defined in my .bash_aliases (called by both .bashrc and .profile). Terminator unfortunately doesn't know about those aliases when starting the terminals. How can I fix that?

I start terminator with this command:

terminator -l my_layout -f

EDIT:

As a temporary solution, I ssh -A -YC into myself and then run the alias. All this as a custom command.

I am using a terminator layout to start multiple terminals, and would like to call an alias at each terminal start which is defined in my .bash_aliases (called by both .bashrc and .profile). Terminator unfortunately doesn't know about those aliases when starting the terminals. How can I fix that?

I start terminator with this command:

terminator -l my_layout -f

I am using a terminator layout to start multiple terminals, and would like to call an alias at each terminal start which is defined in my .bash_aliases (called by both .bashrc and .profile). Terminator unfortunately doesn't know about those aliases when starting the terminals. How can I fix that?

I start terminator with this command:

terminator -l my_layout -f

EDIT:

As a temporary solution, I ssh -A -YC into myself and then run the alias. All this as a custom command.

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Use aliases as custom commands in terminator

I am using a terminator layout to start multiple terminals, and would like to call an alias at each terminal start which is defined in my .bash_aliases (called by both .bashrc and .profile). Terminator unfortunately doesn't know about those aliases when starting the terminals. How can I fix that?

I start terminator with this command:

terminator -l my_layout -f