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I have created some busybox aliases in the ~/.profile file, but when I open the terminal app, that script isn't sourced and the aliases aren't available. However, when I manually run source ~/.profile, it is run and then aliases are available. What should I do to source this script automatically each time the terminal app is started.

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  • What term app are you using? Jackpal's Terminal Emulator does allow you to set what commands are executed at startup, so it could be a workaround.
    – Andy Yan
    Commented Nov 4, 2016 at 5:03
  • Yes, I'm using the Jackpal's terminal emulator! Where exactly should I place the commands that can be executed at startup? Commented Nov 4, 2016 at 6:57

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Jackpal's Terminal Emulator has an option that allows you to set what commands are executed at startup. Go to Preferences - Initial command and put the source command there.

Extra tip: you can't execute more than one line of command from there, but if your command requires su, shortening it with su -c should work.

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