Re: How to check the number of terminals open from inside a shell script

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On 29 October 2010 06:39, Mark Liggett <[email protected]> wrote:
> You could add your script to the .bashrc file – this way the script would
> run once when the user logs on.

I presume you meant ~/.bash_profile ? ~/.bashrc is sourced every time
a user opens a terminal, whereas ~/.bash_profile is sourced every time
a user logs in. This distinction however becomes redundant when the
user always uses a text terminal to login. (as in no gui)


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