When I create a new tmux session, my prompt pulls from a default bash configuration and I have to manually run
source ~/.bashrc for my customized prompt.
I am using a RHEL 7 machine. I began noticing this behavior after a bash update a while back, but haven't gotten around to asking the question until now (and am not sure which update this began happening around).
For example, I've customized my prompt to look like:
Whenever I start a new tmux session, it uses what appears to be the bash default:
A quick run of
source ~/.bashrc always fixes the issue, but it's annoying that I have to do this every time I want to fix something small. Any ideas on how to get tmux to do this automatically again?
If any more information is needed, I am happy to provide.
For reference, I have my
tmux.conf file below, although it is hardly what you could call custom.
setw -g mode-keys vi # reload tmux.conf bind r source-file ~/.tmux.conf \; display-message " ✱ ~/.tmux.conf is reloaded"