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Refreshing bash configuration

After writting some changes in the .bashrc file, you can reload it running this command:

$ source ~/.bashrc

or the even simpler

$ . ~/.bashrc

2 Comments

  • On 09.09.12 Asdirt said:

    But it is better to enter a line short . .bashrc

  • On 09.09.12 rafacas said:

    @Asdirt, that is right if you run it from your home directory. That is why I used ~ (the tilde character refers to the user home directory) in the second example so I do not have to run it from my home directory to refresh my bash configuration ;)

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