gabrielvescovi at gmail.com
Tue Nov 21 12:39:14 UTC 2006
~/.bashrc is good if you want to have variables for each user, but not for
all the system.
On 11/21/06, ben darby <ben at cvrse.com> wrote:
> * Waqas Toor wrote:
> > Hi linuxers,
> > issuing the printenv command shows some variables and their value or
> > simple echo $SHELL shows the path to my shell that i am using or that
> > is loaded at startup
> > my question is that where is that file or script that has these things
> > hardcoded and are read at system startup ?
> some are from /etc/login.defs, /etc/bash.bashrc, ~/.bashrc and
> to name a few
> ben darby
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