Under Ubuntu 9.10, where can I place an alias command that will be valid to all users, root or otherwise, and that will work with a shell under GNOME as well as an ssh session and plain console login ?
For example, I love the
ll command, which is not defined by default under Ubuntu, but is under openSuSE. I can manually enter:
alias "ll=ls -als"
but it will only be valid for the current shell. I want this to be valid for all users, all the time, remote or local connection.
Which file should I edit?