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Re: Shoot me now

On Tue, 2 May 2000, Nicholas Petreley wrote:

> IMO an installation program for an app should be able to change the .profile or equivalent in a user's home dir if it needs to (at least with the permission of the user).  That means that it needs to find a .profile vs. a .login, or whatever.  Or perhaps this means the app should query to find out which shell the user has enabled by default, and find the correct file that way?  In which case we should specify the correct way to do that perhaps?  

Ugh. We should just standardize /etc/profile.d or the like.


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