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    Member Oneiroi's Avatar
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    Default ~/.bashrc aliases

    This has got me stumped.

    I have a series of aliases across servers I administer on a regular basis, used to call scripts to help automate various tasks.

    The weird thing is I can not get this to work in bt3

    As root added the top line to ~/.bashrc:

    alias buzz='/root/.sysadmin/buzz.sh'

    Logged out and back in to reload the envrionment ...

    -bash: buzz: command not found

    Even restarted, BT3 with the same problem ...

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    My version is running in VMPlayer ...

    Any ideas?


    Cheers



    UPDATE: search function ... yes I should of used it first *cry*: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...hlight=.bashrc
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    OSX 10.6
    Advent Vega (Tegra 250)

    Working on getting BT5 working on the Vega

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    Member hawaii67's Avatar
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    You could put your aliases in /etc/profile.
    This is working.
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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