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alias and which in Ubuntu : moving from Fedora to Ubuntu

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I am moving from Fedora to Ubuntu.
In Fedora , running "which AliasName" shows the alias.

For example, if I have

$alias myAlias='echo test'

$which myAlias
alias myAlias='echo test'
 /usr/bin/echo

In Ubuntu, this does not work.

After:
alias myAlias='echo test'
Runnin:
$which myAlias

shows nothing.

Any idea - is there any setting or any way to get the same result as in Fedora ?

posted Oct 25, 2016 by anonymous

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2 Answers

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Running "alias myAlias" does the trick:

~ $ alias ll
alias ll='ls -lb --color=auto -F'
answer Oct 25, 2016 by Deepankar Dubey
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You can try the type command, even if it isn't exactly the same:

~/ > LC_ALL=C type myAlias
myAlias is aliased to `echo test'
answer Oct 25, 2016 by Deepti Singh
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