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bashrc file not loading automatically

Recently I faced an issue in my CentOS linux machine. When I login to the machine, the bashrc file was not getting loaded and because of this, the environment variables present in the bashrc file was also not getting loaded.

The solution for this issue is given below.

Create a file with the name .profile in the user’s home directory and add the following content to the file.

if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
    source ~/.bashrc
fi
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About amalgjose
I am an Electrical Engineer by qualification, now I am working as a Software Architect. I am very much interested in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and now in Software fields. I like exploring things in these fields. I love travelling, long drives and music.

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