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I have the following alias in 2 systems, the only difference between them is one uses bash/dash, while the other uses zsh, both systems running Debian testing.

The alias is :-

$ alias tor
alias tor='/home/shirish/.local/share/torbrowser/tbb/x86-64/tor-browser_en-US/Browser/start-tor-browser'

Now if I try to do the same in bash I get the following :-

$ tor
bash: /home/shirish/.local/share/torbrowser/tbb/x86-64/tor-browser_en-US/Browser/start-tor-browser: No such file or directory

remarkably, if I go to the desired directory and then start the service, it works :-

~/.local/share/torbrowser/tbb/x86_64/tor-browser_en-US/Browser Tue Dec 08 13:32 $ ./start-tor-browser

any ideas what am I doing wrong ?

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    Looks like there's a typo: x86-64 vs x86_64. Hyphen vs underscore. Possibly just a transcription error in your question? – Richard Horrocks Dec 8 '15 at 9:48
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    aaah, user error, thank you, that solved it. This is what happens when you are 10-12 hours in front of PC, thank you. – shirish Dec 8 '15 at 10:04

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