machine A --RHEL 7 and updated.
machine B -- RHEL 6 and updated.
If I do this on A (RHEL 7)
I get in, like I should, but my .bashrc has NOT been run.
This is new behavior to me. I want my
.bashrc to be run on
the machine B (RHEL 6). I did diffs on the
/etc/ssh/ssh_config, and they are different but I don't see why
these should matter.
ssh_config differs only by whitespace and comments.
Yes, I saw the stuff but even with that it mangled the diff output because of the less than/greater than in it. Is there something in there that I should care about? I hacked and slashed, other than whitespace, comments, and environment
AcceptEnv) here is what the diff boiled down to.
the 6 side
the 7 side
HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys UsePrivilegeSeparation sandbox
So, where do I look to find out why my
.bashrc won't run?
alias lo='exit' alias l='ls -CF' alias ..='cd ..'
PRINTER=its1 export PRINTER DISPLAY=jgs:0.0 export DISPLAY PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/opt/bin:/home/gl/bin:. export PATH PROXY=whiteproxy.arlut.utexas.edu:3128 export PROXY cd /home/gl if [ -f /etc/bashrc ]; then . /etc/bashrc fi
/etc/bashrc is stock.