Kevin Nathan wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 06:11:33 +0100
> Roy Schestowitz <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I include in my .bashrc file commands like xbindkeys and cron ~/.cron
>> (*ducking down* have done so for 2 years). This means that these get
>> invoked every time I open a shell. Which file in SuSE (*ducking down*
>> version 8.1) defines commands which are to be run only one at the
>> start of a session?
> Read the comments at the top of the '~/.bashrc' file (and also the
> '~/.profile' file) and it should become clear. :-)
> If not, just remember that a 'login' shell is when you first login and
> an 'interactive' shell is one like when you open Konsole or xterm. If
> it's not apparent, simply put an 'echo' statement in each file
> identifying the file name and note when each file is read.
Thank you, Kevin. You saved me again. /etc/profile.local was the file I
needed to change.
Roy S. Schestowitz