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comment Rsync seems incompatible with .bashrc (causes “is your shell clean?”)
No - if removing the .bashrc file fixes it (as was stated in this question), then the problem is output from the .bashrc. An upgrade could certainly introduce an actual protocol incompatibility, which is an entirely different issue.
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As an aside, have you looked at setting $PS1 (your shell prompt) to include $HOSTNAME ?
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answered Rsync seems incompatible with .bashrc (causes “is your shell clean?”)
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revised Rsync seems incompatible with .bashrc (causes “is your shell clean?”)
Question sounded like rsync is actually incompatible w/.bashrc - not at all true; .bashrc shouldn't create output at all - that's for .bash_profile
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