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Old 09-13-2011, 12:23 PM   #1
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Question Hey can somebody tell me how to get into the ~/.bashrc file,

I want to be able to get into the ~/.bashrc file to create some shorthand commands just to play around with it. I forgot what the command is to get into the ~/.bashrc I know sounds Thanks guys.
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Any text editor.
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vi ~/.bashrc
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nano ~/.bashrc
gedit ~/.bashrc
or any other text editor you have installed and prefer. It's just a text file.
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Thanks guys I really appreciate the feedback it works. Everybody is a great help in these


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