Re: Setting default $PATH for all users
- Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 13:07:24 -0000 (UTC)
- From: Curt <curty@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Setting default $PATH for all users
On 2019-02-11, rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx <rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Monday, February 11, 2019 03:57:14 AM tomas@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 09:07:13PM -0600, David Wright wrote:
>> > On Fri 08 Feb 2019 at 10:08:49 (-0500), Dan Ritter wrote:
>> > > Richard Owlett wrote:
>> > > > By my problem definition, any thing in /home/user is not relevant as
>> > > > I explicitly want something that affects all current and future
>> > > > users.
>> > >
>> > > Everybody, no matter what?
> Well, this is probably OP (off point), but not OT (off topic).
> There is a directory /etc/sket (with all hidden files thus you need something
> like ls /etc/skel/.* to get a listing).
I believe you need something like 'ls -a /etc/skel/', in fact, to see those pesky dot
Your command, actually, have you tried it? It produces results that are
different from what you expected, I think.
> AIUI, these files are used, when a new user is created, to create the initial
> instance of those files for the new user. It includes files like bashrc (and
> lots of others).
> Maybe that will be of some help for future users.
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