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Re: What happens the first time BASH is run?
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According to René Berber on 10/13/2006 6:03 PM:
http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTWLL - thanks
> I don't think .bashrc is created or copied from anywhere, that one is the user's responsibility (same for .profile, .bash_profile, etc. which on Unix/Linux are created when the user account is created).
Actually, cygwin includes base-files as one of its packages, and that
package includes enough scripts (including the default /etc/profile) to
copy .bashrc and other files from /etc/defaults/etc/skel to every new
user's home directory.
Life is short - so eat dessert first!
Eric Blake firstname.lastname@example.org
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