Man, that was quick. Thanks.
Two original questions:
At 1:52 PM -0500 9/10/98, Petro wrote:
>I've been looking for the answer to this one for quite a while, and now
>that I am officially a Unix Admin, I kinda need to know:
>Where does Solaris set it's _default_ paths? It isn't in /etc/profile, nor
>/etc/cshrc. I know I can change or append to the path via a .login or
>whatever, but since everyone on my machines needs exactly the same paths, I
>was wondering where this setting was.
>I know this is probably pretty basic, but no one I know in meat space has
>the answer, and I can't find in in the docos. Sorry, and thanks.
Thanks for the quick responces to:
Mark Hargrave <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Roger D McGraw <email@example.com>
Igor Schein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michael Hocke <email@example.com>
Ronald Loftin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Who pointed me towards:
However (and I had found that, and tried it) when I edit that, log
out, and log back in, the change isn't reflected.
I have PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin: but I get:
as root, and
as a different user.
I shouldn't need to reboot should I?
Rob Leonard <email@example.com>
James Musso <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pointed me towards /etc/skel, which I haven't tried yet, but I was
hoping for a single location.
Also it was mentioned that I should edit .cshrc & similar/related
files, but that is what I am hoping to avoid.
>I will, of course, summarize.
>Also, is anyone maintaining a archive of "summaries"?
Roger D McGraw <email@example.com> also came forth with:
firstname.lastname@example.org work related issues. I don't speak for Playboy.
email@example.com everthing else. They wouldn't like that.
Economic speech IS political speech. wouldn't like that.
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