problem with

Robert Kern rkern at
Sat Sep 17 15:59:23 CEST 2005

andrea valle wrote:
> Thanks a lot.
> I have bash as shell but I ignore what
>>your ~/.bashrc
> means.
> Have I to edit a file?
> Where should it be?

It's a file. ~/ means your home directory. The name of the file is
.bashrc . You can't see it with the finder, so you have to edit it from
the terminal.

$ open ~/.bashrc

That should open it in .

Robert Kern
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