Setting user environment
Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2004 08:46:19 -0500
OK, this is probably a dumb question.
I am running FC2 with a combination of desktops - mostly gnome2 and XFCE.
How can I set up the environment for each user? Which file in the user's
home directory is read on a text login? Which file is read when X starts
Right now, I am setting up the environment in ~/.Xclients and
~/.Xclients-default - but I'd like to have a more general solution if
there is one.
What is the preferred way to do this?
- Re: XFree86/2 4.5.0 configuration problem
... I've unzipped all the required packages to my chosen X11ROOT path. ... EMX is at the latest level. ... No XF86Config.new is created in my home directory. ... I adding the environment to CONFIG.SYS -- instead, ...
- Re: Mike releases the "home" command under the GPL
... The Ghost In The Machine writes: ... > environment is a little on the munged side as the user's ... > home directory is being accessed using your account. ... since it used to exec a login shell with really fascist ...
- Re: Home Folder directing to wrong location
... I also just started to see the same problem in my environment. ... The users do all have a directory under that folder and they can ... Also make sure the users have Write Permissions to their Home Directory ...
- netBeans operation
... I use bash and set the environment ... Could I put something in my home directory that would initialize this path ...
- Re: LDAP Auth?
... >> where I'm fuzzy is the administration of the users' environment. ... PAM ... NFS-mounting a home directory is ...