For the following please consider that I'm new to the Linux file system and have little understanding here.
When I log onto my cluster I do so on a default machine. The admin have setup several python distributions in the root and I've set the one that I want to use in my .bashrc. In my case and for illustration this distribution is:
I've been asked to execute scripts from another machine that I have to ssh to via the terminal. When I ssh to this machine that file system appears exactly the same (including the .bashrc). However, a different version of python is executed by default. How do I set the path for this ssh machine, those unique name can be determined via hostname?