SuSE 7.3 Bash Initialization


SuSE 7.3 Bash Initialization

Great introduction into what files are processed when you initialise a Bash session. The finer details may vary from distro to distro, but good for getting an idea of what goes on.

SuSE 7.3 Bash Initialization

From the site:

This is an overview of what gets set where when you use a bash shell in SuSE. The process works a little differently if you are running a different shell (zsh, ksh, [t]csh, etc.).

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