Re: run-parts for /etc/profile?
Marc Haber <Marc.Haberfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Because it is Debian's policy for software to not rely on any
>>specific environment variables being set.
> Even if the Debian system itself won't need it, it would make life
> for admins a lot easier. We do like predefining environment
> variables for our users :-)
Ugly, really ugly.
But if you really need such a mechanism, please create a shell
independent mechanism, which does work with bash, ksh, csh, tcsh, zsh,
> Nevertheless, I think having run-parts for profile would be a good
> thing [tm].
I don't think so, but if you really need it, why don't you simply add
it for your local system? /etc/profile is a conffile, so you (the
admin) are allowed to change it for your needs.
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