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i have a bash profile that i would like to use (.bashrc file) but i can't get terminal to load it as default
does anyone know of a workaround for this?
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Create a file called ~/.bash_profile like so:
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#==========================
#
#  $HOME/.bash_profile
#
#==========================

source $HOME/.bashrc
and then relaunch Terminal.app or open a new Terminal window.
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