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    Edit .bashrc file so *every* command output is piped in to a specific command

    No matter what command I use, I want to pipe it in to another command. Specifically I want to pipe it to lolcat (which will just color everything in to a shade of rainbow). Is it possible to do this just by editing the .bashrc file? And, if anyone is wondering, I don't plan on actually using...
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    So say you out init 0 in your bashrc

    I'm currently in a class, and we are working on linux troubleshooting. On CentOS 6, the only local user is root, all other users are network users. Our most recent bug, is init 0 in root's bashrc. I know that this can be fixed via ssh, however, the instructor said that there are three ways to...
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    bashrc file's end scripts are inline commented

    Today I was working on getting ClamavNet working, i saw some errors, googled them, on a forum someone said i have to set the libraries to PATH. So i saw some online tutorials, and started editing bashrc through vim. I've a certain amount of basic programming/scripting syntax idea. So i noticed...