deleted by mistake .bashrc file in C:\cygwin\home\setup after install

Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
Mon Apr 30 02:59:00 GMT 2007

On 04/29/2007, Matt Wozniski wrote:
> Obviously not cygwin-specific, and I don't have a cygwin computer in
> front of me at the moment, so I'm not even positive that this applies
> on cygwin - but on most UNIX systems, you could run
> cp /etc/skel/.bashrc ~/.bashrc
> Again, I'm not positive that cygwin even has a /etc/skel, but most
> UNIX systems copy the files in /etc/skel/ into every new user's home
> folder when it's created.  Running that command would be the
> equivalent of the copy that the system did behind-the-scenes when
> setting up your home folder. 

Right.  This will work as specified above.  Cygwin has this and uses

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