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Hi, When I type echo $0 in the terminal , I find that my shell is /bin/bash. But, I can't use the alias command. It doesn't work. I thought it ...
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    my alias doesn't work, how can i use alias?


    Hi,
    When I type echo $0 in the terminal , I find that my shell is /bin/bash. But, I can't use the alias command. It doesn't work. I thought it was supposed to work on the bash shell. how can I make the alias command work? can anyone help here?
    Thank you

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    You will get an explaination in the mandocs,
    Code:
    man alias
    What did you type and how did it not succeed?

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