LD_LIBRARY_PATH in Ubuntu
leo.cacciari at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 22:58:54 UTC 2008
Il giorno ven, 29/02/2008 alle 14.01 -0800, Richard Rudnick ha scritto:
> On Fri, 2008-02-29 at 22:53 +0100, Leo Cacciari wrote:
> > Il giorno ven, 29/02/2008 alle 21.41 +0100, Gerald Dachs ha scritto:
> > If you want the settings to be system wide, add the above line in
> > /etc/sysprofile.d/00Standard.bash
> > As the same file points out:
> > ~$ cat /etc/sysprofile.d/00Standard.bash
> > # This here is for any settings you want. If the contents
> > # become too abundant consider separating them into single
> > # modules. Please do read "/usr/share/doc/sysprofile/README.usage"
> > # for further information. Sample modules can be found in the
> > # samples subdirectory "/usr/share/doc/sysprofile/examples/".
> Thanks for the info about sysprofile, it looks very interesting. Is this
> used by default in hardy?
There was a similar system, i.e. a /etc subdirectory holding scripts to
be executed for all logging shell, since the time of debian potato (may
be earlier, but that the first debian I installed). And I even had it on
a sun workstation. The directory has changed name over time however, and
I can not remember if in potato it was the same for all shells, the
way /etc/sysprofile.d/ is.
By the way, I never remember the name of the directory, thus I got to it
starting from the standard bash system wide script /et/profile. There
you see sourcing of /etc/sysprofile This script running the scripts
Leo 'TheHobbit' Cacciari
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