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I'm on a network where I have the rights, but how do I do it? I've been asked to look up another user's aliases for reference.

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More detail would be helpful. Are you using NFS or...? – Artelius Jun 10 '10 at 12:37
Much more details are needed to be able to answer this question. I have no idea what you are asking here. :) – Deniz Dogan Jun 10 '10 at 12:39
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Are you just asking for the name of the startup script for the other user: ~otheruser/.bashrc or ~otheruser/.cshrc or whatever other *rc file they have, depending on the shell?

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should be ~username no / – Mark Jun 10 '10 at 12:42
@Mark -- thanks, twas a typo. – MJB Jun 10 '10 at 13:04

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