On Nov 16, 2017, at 2:58 PM, Andy Kosela
If you happen to be on Red Hat derived Linux, the easiest way to turn off all this crap
is to rename /etc/profile to something like /etc/profile.dist and then populate your own
Better is to install a .profile that begins with 'unalias -a'. That seems to
clean out all the cruft and leave you with a clean slate to build from.
I've just learned to install my own .profile and .env files, and ignore the crap
foisted on me by ... whatever ...