Mmm very true, I just copied this one from the wiki, to have color output, but I think it wont be possible anymore:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Co … _all_usersI'll try to understand what is wrong with the one provided in the wiki, because I really prefer having some color.I have restored defaul arch setting ('~/.bashrc' and '/etc/bash.bashrc') and mc is working, th
Is there a simple way to list all the command conflicts that have occurred in the system due to the bashrc update involving alias commands?
For example, someone writes alias ls=/path/to/user-generated/executable in bashrc. How does one find out that this is masking an actual command (ls). One way seems to be to run all the aliases before and after sourcing bashrc and diff the output.
I've set usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk/jre/bin/java as JAVA_HOME in /etc/environment and ¬/.bashrc as well as webgoat.sh files, but when i try to run the file it says "eval: 1: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk/jre/bin/java/bin/java: not found"
My computer keeps crashing, the sort where no programs will start, and the load keeps on rising (3 and up).I recently changed the harddrive in my laptop, because I thought that might be the problem. But now, similar problems arise. The last thing I did before this occurred this time, was to experiment with my .bashrc for root and user.
well I created a lot of trouble for myself. I was trying to install GTK+ 3.0 something and was trying to extract the .tar.xz file. so I looked it up on here and found a helpful little thing to add to my .bashrc file. so i added it and saved the file 'rm .bashrc~' afterwards (or I thought I put the ~) maybe thats why things are messed up.