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Old 11-03-2005, 01:07 AM   #1
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Question Bash Enviroment

When I log into the console, or a terminal inside of the Gui, bash looks like it lists the bash enviroment. A list of "Declare -x statements. I don't remember this happening when I first installed Linux. Can I hide this info. It doesn't seem to hinder the logon. Maybe something I did???

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You will likely find the lines which are causing this in:
~/.bash_profile or



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