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How do I make a command run automatically (in my case: alias t="todo.sh") whenever I open a new terminal window? I've looked for many posts but they all have personalised commands, which then led to personalised answers. Can anybody help me with this?

  • Look for shell startup files e.g. ~/.bashrc and ~/.zshrc etc There are many about this. All files are personalised each user has different ones. You are asking for a personalised one as well. There are many generic answers to this and the shell manuals give exact answers – mmmmmm Jan 12 at 13:20
  • Which specific posts have you looked at already? – nohillside Jan 12 at 13:21
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Each shell has initialisation files which get run at each start (aka new Terminal tab/window). Put the command into the appropriate one and it will be available in new tabs.

  • for bash, use ~/.bashrc
  • for zsh, use ~/.zshrc

You can use echo $SHELL to determine which shell you are using.

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