Dave Hunt wx1g at mediaone.net
Sat Feb 2 20:08:30 EST 2002

How concise and helpful!  Thanks!

My default shell is bash; I like it.  

On Sat, 2 Feb 2002, Janina Sajka 

> Now, there are a chain of files involved in getting your environment set 
> up. There are system wide setup files in /etc, namely /etc/bashrc and 
> /etc/profile. Also, you have files in your home directory which set up 
> your shell environment. They're hidden files so you don't see them with a 
> simple ls. Instead do:
> 	ls .bash*
> You'll probably see:

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