Re: ? .bashrc and .bash_profile and PATH
you might want to check out the package sysprofile (apt-get install sysprofile) but it is only
available for testing and unstable.
generally though you can set PATH in /etc/profile for all users to use when they log in.
On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 04:13:10PM -0800, Paul E Condon decided to write thus:
> I am setting up a new potato system. I am interested in initializing
> variables, in particular PATH. I see as the second line in both .bashrc
> .bash_profile, the line:
> # see /usr/share/doc/bash/examples/startup-files for examples
> But on my newly installed system, there is no "examples/" directory at
> there is only some residue from a debian install.
> Where are the examples? Where is other docs about user space
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