Custom Raspberry Pi

The startup sequence of the Bash shell is as follows: ===EXECUTED FIRST===
/etc/profile (file)
....PATH=...
..../etc/bash.bashrc
..../etc/profile.d/*.sh
..../etc/motd.sh

/etc.bash.bashrc
....nothing really important

/etc.profile.d/*.sh
....bash_completion.sh nothing important

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/etc/motd.sh
....displays the "splash screen" at logon
....calls cputemp to display output
....calls whatday to display output
....calls whattime to display output

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/usr/local/bin/cputemp (file)
....displays cpu temp

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/usr/local/bin/whatday (file)
....displays date in format 'Saturday, February 28, 2015'

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/usr/local/bin/whattime (file)
....displays time in format ' 8:26 pm' (no leading zero on the hour)

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~/.bash_profile
....~/.profile

~/.profile
....~/.bashrc

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~/.bashrc
....sets custom prompt PS1
....sets some standard aliases defining colors for certain commands
....~/.bash_aliases

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~/.bash_aliases
....defines aliases for commands, like DOSKEY did