echo ". ~socadmin/defaults/soc.bashrc" > .bashrc
If you don't have it, the easiest way to achieve this is to type on the command line:
echo ". ~/.bashrc" > .bash_profile
After you have created the files .bashrc and .bash_profile with the correct content, log out (type exit) and reconnect.
The following screenshot for a Mobaxterm connection displays a correct configuration ready to launch the tools.
The blue-and-red command prompt on a white background is a sign that soc.bashrc has been correctly sourced. In the prompt, you should see your own login name instead socadmin. The two cat commands confirm that .bash_profile and .bashrc have the corect contents.
The file ~socadmin/defaults/soc.bashrc takes care of everything you need for the projects. It runs the necessary tool start-up scripts and sets environment variables. You should not attempt to run start-up scripts or set environment variables by yourself!
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