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Choosing between .bashrc, .profile, .bash_profile, etc [duplicate]

This is embarrassing, but after many years of using POSIX systems full time, I still have a hard time figuring out if a shell customization should go in .bashrc, .profile, or somewhere else. Not to ...
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What's the difference between .profile and .bash_profile, and when do you configure which? (Mac) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Difference between .bashrc and .bash_profile What's the difference between .profile and .bash_profile, and when do you configure which? I.e if I configure the ...
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Aliases in .bash_profile do not work

I have added some cd blah blah commands as alias in my .bash_login so as to ease changing directories.It was working fine .Suddenly though none of the aliases in there work .It says command not found ...
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Custom command in terminal with a variable

Redhat Linux Enterprise Editing a terminal profile -- Run a custom command instead of my shell Custom command: tail -3000f /home/user1/folder/$PROJECT/folder2/folder3/text.log When I save it and ...
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Environment variables in bash_profile or bashrc?

I have found this question [blog]: Difference between .bashrc and .bash_profile very useful but after seeing the most voted answer (very good by the way) I have further questions. Towards the end of ...
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How do I modify my git bash profile in Windows?

I'm using Git Bash on Windows 7 and would like to set up bash profile aliases such as alias gs='git status' to make my life easier. How can I do this?

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