Wed Jan 14 11:19:00 GMT 1998
Smith, Martin wrote:
> When opening a (non-login) Bash shell, my .bashrc is read okay (after I
> set HOME=/usr/home/martin in my environment via the NT control panel).
> However, when I use a login shell, it seems not to read .bashrc (I no
> longer have my colourized 'ls' for example). Why might this be?
Login.exe reads /ets/passwd and sets HOME env. var. according to. Did you setted up your /etc/passwd correctly (in a unix way)?
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