How to add a alias permanently in Linux

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Edit /etc/bashrc using

vim /etc/bashrc

add your alias to the file, for example if ll should be the alias for ls -l then add

alias ll="ls -l"

to /etc/bashrc and save the file.

 

For changes to take immediate effect execute the following command:

. ~/.bashrc

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