texstefano at libero.it
Wed Dec 5 14:35:21 PST 2001
On Sunday 02 December 2001 23:14, you wrote:
> And there are other files that bash may or may not source such as
> /etc/profile or whatever (look in the bash manpage to find out what it
> sources and what it doesn't). Put messages like the above into them, too.
> Now when you open a new xterm you should see messages like
> Hallo, now running ~/.bashrc in shell with PID 3744
> Then you can use ps to find out if the shell your typing at is the one
> that sourced the .bashrc. If so, it should have the aliases.
Great !! i found out that it's /etc/profile that starts my bash.....is it
correct or is there something wrong?
When i startx i have aterm as default, maybe the problem was born because of
this, since i saw that /etc/profile only runs xterm.
Should i change something?
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