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i am connecting to one of my servers with ssh. I have to connect to it using the ip address. i used the following command at the command prompt to set up an alias for my server to connect to:
alias samba='ssh xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx'
after i type this i can then go to the command prompt and type samba and i will connect to my server through ssh.
the problem i am having is when i log off or reboot the alias is lost. i attempted to write a script to make sure each time i booted i could use the alias but i am a very new beginner at writing scripts
if somebody could show me how to write a script that would allow the alias to be used each time i boot into the machine i would appreciate it. thank you.