File bash-4.1-bash.bashrc.dif of Package bash

|BNC#577221 - Non-login, interactive bash executes /etc/bash.bashrc
|             yet not documented
|Jared Hudson    2010-02-04 22:47:01 UTC
|bash-3.2-147.4.1 executes /etc/bash.bashrc when invoking an interactive,
|non-login shell yet this is not documented. The man page should mention
|this in its INVOCATION section. I've checked the source code and it's
|hard coded to execute /etc/bash.bashrc (SYS_BASHRC macro)
|BSC#959755 - man page on bash needs some clarification.
|Werner Fink	2016-08-01 12:40:06 UTC
|Make clear that the files /etc/profile as well as /etc/bash.bashrc may source
|other files as well even if the bash does not.
 doc/bash.1 |   15 ++++++++++++---
 1 file changed, 12 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

--- doc/bash.1
+++ doc/bash.1	2018-09-20 08:16:12.073822864 +0000
@@ -330,6 +330,8 @@ and executes commands from the first one
 .B \-\-noprofile
 option may be used when the shell is started to inhibit this behavior.
+Please note that the file \fI/etc/profile\fP includes an autodetection shell
+code wether it has to source \fI/etc/bash.bashrc\fP as well as \fI~/.bashrc\fP.
 When an interactive login shell exits,
 or a non-interactive login shell executes the \fBexit\fP builtin command,
@@ -339,13 +341,19 @@ exists.
 When an interactive shell that is not a login shell is started,
 .B bash
-reads and executes commands from \fI~/.bashrc\fP, if that file exists.
-This may be inhibited by using the
+reads and executes commands from \fI/etc/bash.bashrc\fP then \fI~/.bashrc\fP
+when those files exist and are readable. This may be inhibited by using the
 .B \-\-norc
 The \fB\-\-rcfile\fP \fIfile\fP option will force
 .B bash
 to read and execute commands from \fIfile\fP instead of \fI~/.bashrc\fP.
+Please note that the file \fI/etc/bash.bashrc\fP includes an autodetection shell
+code wether it is used for by a remote OpenSSH SSH client like
+.BR ssh (1)
+.BR slogin (1)
+to source the local \fI/etc/profile\fP if not already done.
 .B bash
@@ -431,7 +439,8 @@ daemon, usually \fIrshd\fP, or the secur
 .B bash
 determines it is being run in this fashion, it reads and executes
-commands from \fI~/.bashrc\fP, if that file exists and is readable.
+commands from \fI/etc/bash.bashrc\fP then  \fI~/.bashrc\fP when
+those files exist and are readable.
 It will not do this if invoked as \fBsh\fP.
 .B \-\-norc
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