Not the normal I love/hate the fortune cookie that comes up when starting an interactive bash shell. I'm just curious.
What magically adds the call of mint-fortune to the end of the /etc/bash.bashrc file, which it does not have when it arrives from Ubuntu Land?
Environment -- Linux Mint 10, 64-bit, Gnome.
PS OK, since you ask, I comment out that line. If I'm opening a terminal window I'm probably doing something useful and not playing so I don't want to be distracted. I imagine it would make any suit thinking of switching their business from Windows to Linux think twice. Anyway, unless I misread the code, it seems that not only will it be configurable soon, but also the default will be off.