Updating bashrc

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and would not even accept the values being the applications own start scripts.

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Excellent, excellent resource for practical guidance on how to troubleshoot a wide variety of problems on Red Hat Linux.If your behind a Microsoft proxy server or need to auth. When outside the proxy network updates always fail and include a remark that indicates the proxy server address is being applied to the destination address.with a windows account, the format is like this: sudo vi /etc/bash.bashrc #proxy export http_proxy= [email protected]: PORT/ #export ftp_proxy= installed ubuntu inside my corporate network (and used a proxy server). I have graphically removed the proxy server address from the network settings dialog box and it doesn't change anything. I checked the bash.bashrc file and it has no mention of a proxy address in it, yet all repository updates go out through a proxy server that was encoded at install. Instead of simply resourcing the file, you could check its modification time first and compare it to the mtime of the last sourced version.Short of using a terminal multiplexer, I can't think of a better way to meet the OP's requirement of not going to each terminal.Updating phpbrew /usr/local/Cellar/phpbrew/1.20.1/libexec/from master... ######################################################################## 100.0% Version updated. Checking directory /Users/me/.phpbrew Directory /Users/me/.phpbrew is already created.

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