I’m getting a S0C4 when I invoke the ‘set’ command after invoking ‘bash’ with a .bashrc file present. The .bashrc file creates 4 aliases and sets and exports the PS1 environment variable.
If I remove the file, the S0C4 does not occur.
If I comment out (#) all the lines in .bashrc, the S0C4 does not occur.
If I uncomment any one line, doesn’t seem to matter which, the S0C4 occurs.
If I rename the .bashrc file to .bashrcx then invoke bash and enter ‘. ./.bashrcx’, all of the aliases and the PS1 variable get set. Then when I issue the ‘set’ command, I do not get a S0C4.
There clearly seems to be an issue with using a .bashrc file at the invocation of bash.
The .bashrc file is encoded IBM-1047. I’m trying to create an ISO-8859-1 version of the file to see if the issue still exists.
Any thoughts appreciated.