Re: setting in /etc/profile in debian
Liam, I think you have a good point. So how do I
change its default if I want the file to be sourced
when I login using GDM.
--- Liam O'Toole <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 17:55:37 -0600
> email@example.com (Bob Proulx) wrote:
> > yong lee wrote:
> > > I have to manually do source /etc/profile to see
> the new changes
> > > after I open a new terminal window everytime.
> Even a reboot does
> > > not help. Does anyone have any idea ?
> > You say that even a reboot does not help and that
> seems very strange
> > to me because I am sure that you would log in
> after that point. :-)
> > Are you using a shell other than a POSIX
> compatible one such as csh?
> If the OP logs in using GDM, then (by default)
> /etc/profile is not
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