The alias And unalias Commands Explained With Examples

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  1. Cryptoparty says:

    no man page to both on Ubuntu

  2. tespos says:

    “The unalias command not only removes the alias from the current session, but also remove them permanently from your shell’s configuration file.”

    On CentOS 6.x, the unalias command only removes the alias from your session. The alias remains in your shell’s configuration file (e.g., .bashrc).

  3. sk says:

    Yes, alias and unalias are shell builtins and they don’t have separate man pages. I have updated the guide. Thanks for pointing it out.

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