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comment How to make Mac Terminal restore working directories when restarting
I got it figured out, Chris. My /etc/bashrc seems to have been tweaked by an install script or whatever. There was a /etc/bashrc.orig that contained some additional config (which I assume to be the original setup) gist.github.com/3273170. Re-adding that to the /etc/bashrc made things working as expected again. Thanks a lot for help and patience!
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comment How to make Mac Terminal restore working directories when restarting
I don't have the latter two, the former now executes ~/.bashrc as per your suggestion in your answer.
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comment How to make Mac Terminal restore working directories when restarting
Thanks for the reply but I don't seem to be able to get that working. I have removed my .bashrc (although I couldn't spot any prompt command customization. Now I do the following: 1. Open a new Terminal window (opens in my user's home directory) 2. cd Documents 3. Quit Terminal 4. Open Terminal 5. Window reopens displaying the directory change output but still located in the user's home directory.
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comment How to make Mac Terminal restore working directories when restarting
So am I wrong in assuming this should be supported out of the box?
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