Re: which scripts does gdm/gnome run on login
On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 17:18:15 +0000 (GMT), Matt Johnson
> Hi all,
> I want to set some variables for users, and check for
> or create directories on login...
> Putting things in /etc/profile doesn't seem to have
> any effect? Only works on a shell login, but what
> about for a remote gdm login (over vnc for example).
> Is there a system wide place to put simple bash lines?
> Will a remote gnome login run the users' bash scripts
> from their homedir? .bashrc?
Well, ~/.bashrc is executed for non login shell and ~/.bash_profile is
executed for login shell.
I don't recall what script is run by GDM, i'm tempted to say
~/.xsession but IIRC is deprecated. You should find the correct answer
in the X documentation (or FAQ)...