Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 11:18:08 +0200
I want to install an application that need some adjustments at my ulimit
settings....I have a little script in /etc/rd.d that contains those
settings, but whenever I open a new shell ulimit -a shows me the old
settings..? Why should I do to let those settings for this user be started
automaticallt when i login in this user?
ps: btw..I am using RH7.1
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