I am using turnkeylinux LAMP server which is debian based. When I log in, my shell is basically just $ and no colors, no dirname, just very basic. I have to use the bash command which then initializes everything so i have colors, vim is correct, the path is showing in terminal etc.
I have to do this every time I sudo su into another user. Is there a master place i can change to execute the bash command whenever i login or user su?
My login 'typing' is this.
type myusername type mypassword type bash <- so when i exit from su, i know i'm really back. Why can't this auto run? type sudo su developer type bash <- again so i know where i am. Auto run this command after the su
Its just a small annoyance i cannot seem to figure out.