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Re: .bashrc is not sourced after ssh -t (but is sourced if -t isn't used

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: .bashrc is not sourced after ssh -t (but is sourced if -t isn't used)
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 22:30:45 -0500
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Vincent Lefevre wrote:

> which can be interpreted as being the remote shell daemon. I think
> that the bash man page should be clarified.

I'll tighten it up some.

> My main complaint is that bash behaves differently when one uses
> "ssh <host> <cmd>" and "ssh -t <host> <cmd>". Something needs to
> be done to make these commands consistent.

Such a mechanism is available to you: rebuild after enabling

> BTW, where can this discussion be found? Could there be a reference
> to this discussion in the CHANGES and COMPAT files?

Look back in the bug-bash mailing list archives.  You can find the
approximate time of the change from the changelog (CWRU/changelog).

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