I've prepended each of my bash config files (
echo NAME_OF_FILE, i.e. I get '.bashrc' when I source in
What baffles me is why I get and indication that ~/.bashrc gets included when I run a command over ssh. E.g., if I do:
ssh localhost echo hi
Why is getting
~/.bashrc sourced in in this context? Shouldn't it NOT get sourced in since this should run an non-interactive bash session?
ssh localhost tty gets me a 'not a tty' (preceded by '.bashrc' indicating that
~/.bashrc gets sourced in nonetheless).
grepped all my config files for commands sourcing in
~/.bashrc explicitly, and there are none that explain it.
(I only have
tty -s && shopt -q login_shell && [[ -r ~/.bashrc ]] && . ~/.bashrc in my
.bash_profile so that I get '.bashrc' even in interactive login shells, but this doesn't explain the ssh issue—I can comment it out and I still get the same behavior with the above ssh examples)
How can I debug this?