The Bashrc file is used by the Bourne Again Shell in Unix/Linux to set environment variables and run commands.

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Why my profile looks for /usr/local/etc/profile.global (NIS)

My Ubuntu ID is manged by NIS/yellowpage. For some reason, when I log in, I'm getting this message. cat@local:~$ ssh catserver cat@catserver's password: Welcome to Ubuntu 15.10 (GNU/Linux 4.2.0-25-...
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EC2 - editing .bashrc causes terminal to hang and checks to fail

I've been testing this for the past few hours with no luck. When launching an Ubuntu 12.04 EC2 micro instance, I SSH to it, create a new user and continue with installing Ruby version manger under ...
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LD_PRELOAD with Firebird (Superserver)

I'm trying to insert some code using the LD_PRELOAD approach to help me understand the behavior of Firebird server application. Although I have previously used LD_PRELOAD with common applications, I ...
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Sudoers, allow user to use root alias

Actually, my root have to aliases: alias unpool='/path/to/my/scripts/unpool.sh' alias pool='/path/to/my/scripts/pool.sh' I have the same for my user in ~/.bashrc I defined my /etc/sudoers.d/user ...