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RE: [SLUG] help! Environment variables.


Thanks, I made the changes to /etc/profile and it works.

Slightly Wiser Apprentice Admin Wantable

Louie.

-----Original Message-----
From: slug-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:slug-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Stephen Mills
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 12:09 PM
To: George Vieira
Cc: 'stuart@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'; 'slug@xxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE: [SLUG] help! Environment variables.


/etc/profile is the most popular and most recognised.

Being Redhat you may also notice /etc/profile.d which is used by RPM's to
export variables to newly installed programs instead of editing
/etc/profile which has less chance of breaking things.

Hope this helps
--Steve


On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, George Vieira wrote:

> have you tried /etc/rc.d/rc.local ?
> and if you need individual different environments then add it to the
> .profile or .bash_profile for each user...
> 
> thanks,
> George Vieira
> Network Administrator
> Citadel Computer Systems P/L
> http://www.citadelcomputer.com.au
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stuart Hume [mailto:stuart@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Friday, 4 August 2000 12:04 PM
> To: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [SLUG] help! Environment variables.
> 
> 
> I need to set some default global environment variables under red hat so
> that every user in the system will be able to use it. Is there any way of
> doing this when the system starts up,i.e when the machine reboot?
> 
> Apprentice Admin wantabe.
> Louie.
> 
> 
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