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bash_aliases [2012/08/31 23:43]
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bash_aliases [2013/04/12 20:00]
Rob Whyte
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 ===== Creating and using Bash Aliases ===== ===== Creating and using Bash Aliases =====
  
-by Drbongo+by Drbongo - founder of Vinux
  
 When in the terminal, either gnome-terminal or a console, all interaction with your computer requires typing. Sometimes the amount of typing required can be tiresome. To help with this you can create and use aliases. When in the terminal, either gnome-terminal or a console, all interaction with your computer requires typing. Sometimes the amount of typing required can be tiresome. To help with this you can create and use aliases.
  
 Aliases are stored in your home directory in a file called ".bash_aliases". Aliases are in the format: Aliases are stored in your home directory in a file called ".bash_aliases". Aliases are in the format:
 +    - It is possible that the aliases are not activated by default, in such case the file will be in bash_aliases_vinux instead. 
 +      - 
 <code> <code>
   alias shortcommand='long command goes here'   alias shortcommand='long command goes here'
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