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Shortcut your commands into .bashrc

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by EdwardDekker, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. EdwardDekker

    EdwardDekker Guest

    Hi everyone,

    Sometimes it is so hard to find old commands by this forum.
    Use instead for a complete command-line an alias. Store them into your .bashrc file.

    vi .bashrc
    Insert alias and save

    alias pleskupdate='autoinstaller --select-product-id plesk  --select-release-current --override-os-arch i386  --upgrade-installed-components'
    Use "--select-release-latest" for the latest version.
    "Pleskupdate" is your command and will be executed by your command-line.

    Use also:
    source .bashrc
    To update your profile.

    Find also your commands at grep:
    grep alias .bashrc
    Be aware to check if the system have already the short-cut before you add this alias into your .bashrc file.
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 1, 2011