[arch-dev-public] System-wide bashrc?

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Tue Aug 25 05:04:02 EDT 2009

RedShift schrieb:
> /usr/bin/bash2:
> #!/bin/bash
> bash --rcfile /etc/bashrc
> and then
> echo "/usr/bin/bash2" >> /etc/shells
> usermod -s /usr/bin/bash2 myuser

Yes, or create /etc/bashrc, then /etc/bashrc.d/ and allow to move files 
there just like /etc/profile.d.

But then you'd need ". /etc/bashrc" in all user ~/.bashrc. I was hoping 
there was some magical mechanism that would apply systemwide.

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