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  1. Hayden

    Nice tutorial! I found myself opening webpages in chromium from the terminal quite frequently and typing 'chromium-browser http://www.webaddresshere.com' was a bit tedius, so I used an alias to reduce it to 'web <www.webaddresshere.com'.

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  2. I like to keep the .bash_aliases (and one each for .bash_functions, etc..) as a separate file and then add ". .bash_aliases"
    to the .bashrc file (In fact, there is usually a if ... fi in all the distro's .bashrc)

    Also instead of doing "source .bashrc" you could also do ". .bashrc"

    check out my blog on the same topic!

    http://srhegde.blogspot.com/2009/05/bash-aliases.html

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