Aly Dharshi <aly(dot)dharshi(at)telus(dot)net> writes:
> alias ls='colorls -al'
> alias rm='rm -i'
> I don't see any aliases that are going to break the compile process.
I beg to differ --- I think the ones quoted above match your symptoms
pretty well. So the question is: why are they getting used in a
My bet is that you've defined these aliases in the wrong place.
I'm not sure about Solaris, but on Linux one conventionally puts
aliases like these in ~/.bashrc, which I think is not read by
plain sh. If you've put them in ~/.profile they are very likely
to break shell scripts.
regards, tom lane
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