How To Restore .bashrc File To Default Settings In Ubuntu

8 Responses

  1. Yessi says:

    This saves my life. Thanks!
    Gracias =)

  2. janeen says:

    Hello this is not working for me is there any other solution.

  3. janeen says:

    this is the error I am getting
    -bash: /home/user1/.profile: line 28: syntax error near unexpected token `(‘

  4. sk says:

    C:\Users\user1>bash?? What is your OS version? Looks like you’re trying it on Windows PC.

  5. janeen says:

    yes I am trying in the bash system

    • sk says:

      What do you mean by bash system? It is a shell. There is no such prompt like yours (C:\Users\user1>bash) in Linux systems. I think you’re trying to run bash from Windows command line. I don’t have much knowledge about Windows OS.

  6. Raghavan alias Saravanan Muthu says:

    Hey, that is a very good post. So far I have not faced any issues and hence was not in any need to restore the .bashrc file, but will bookmark this for any future purposes 🙂

  7. Tatiana says:

    It saved my life.

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