[CALUG] SUSE Bashrc
James Ewing Cottrell 3rd
JECottrell3 at Comcast.NET
Fri Oct 27 14:37:01 CDT 2006
Bash should be the root shell for ANY Linux Distribution.
I would go further and say that it should be the default everywhere, but
that's another story.
I dunno about SUSE, but RHEL has a package called "rootfiles" which
contains the standard dotfiles for root. Other than sourcing
/etc/profile and /etc/bashrc (I think), they are largely worthless.
Don't forget to nuke the rm, cp, and mv aliases and reset your
LANG/LOCALE/LC_ALL back to C.
Hugh Brown wrote:
>First check that bash is the shell for root. Then just create one.
>Alternatively, there is probably a copy of both those files in /etc/skel
>I'd check to make sure that they (/etc/skel/.bash*) behave appropriately for
>a root user.
>On 3/23/06, Mark Pflaum <calug at mpflaum.com> wrote:
>>Loaded Suse 10.0.
>>Would like to customize the term window prompt,
>>but can't find .bashrc in /root..
>>Is there another file?
>>Same with .bash_profile - can't find it in /root.
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