Recently, I've been fiddling around with Linux's terminal commands to try and get a better feel for the system.
I was happy to know that I could give commands a different name in order to call them, using the alias command. For example,
In this case, the
echo would be replaced by
The only problem is that it only seems to stay for one terminal session. Without the use of third party software, is there a way that I can keep these aliases permanently? If there are software alternatives, I'll be glad to hear them.
I'm just looking for a way to do this without downloading anything.