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  • Henry Huang thinks this is interesting:

The ~/.bashrc file is probably the most important startup file from the ordinary user’s point of view, since it is almost always read. Non-login shells read it by default, and most startup files for login shells are written in such a way as to read the ~/.bashrc file as well.

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We gotta see what is in the .bashrc file. How login shell read this file