I'm having trouble getting aliases to expand on my hosting account when I run a command like:
ssh user@server "bash -c \"alias\""
My .bashrc file is:
echo .bashrc # .bashrc shopt -s expand_aliases # Source global definitions (commenting this out does nothing) if [ -f /etc/bashrc ]; then . /etc/bashrc fi # User specific aliases and functions alias php="php55" alias composer="php ~/bin/composer.phar"
When I run the above ssh command, I do see ".bashrc" echo'd. But if I try to run aliases, I get nothing.
I could try "bash -ic", but this is actually in a script that I can't easily change, and I want to know why this isn't working.
ssh user@server "bash -c \"shopt\""
.bashrc autocd off cdable_vars off cdspell off checkhash off checkjobs off checkwinsize off cmdhist on compat31 off compat32 off compat40 off dirspell off dotglob off execfail off expand_aliases off extdebug off extglob off extquote on failglob off force_fignore on globstar off gnu_errfmt off histappend off histreedit off histverify off hostcomplete on huponexit off interactive_comments on lithist off login_shell off mailwarn off no_empty_cmd_completion off nocaseglob off nocasematch off nullglob off progcomp on promptvars on restricted_shell off shift_verbose off sourcepath on xpg_echo off
ssh user@server "bash -c \"echo $SHELL\""