FW: dot.bashrc, where is it?

Didier Wiroth freebsd at mcesr.etat.lu
Tue Jun 3 06:13:27 PDT 2003

Thanks for answering!
I know it isn't needed, but as I'm a beginner I would really like to have a
sample to customize and learn, that's why I asked The PATH variables etc..,


-----Original Message-----
From: lowell at be-well.no-ip.com [mailto:lowell at be-well.no-ip.com] On Behalf
Of Lowell Gilbert
Sent: mardi 3 juin 2003 15:05
To: Didier Wiroth
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: dot.bashrc, where is it?

"Didier Wiroth" <freebsd at mcesr.etat.lu> writes:

> What do I have to install to have the: /usr/share/skel/dot.bashrc
> sample file copied? Or where can I download it?

There isn't one, by default.  I created my own, for things where I didn't
like the default behaviour of bash, but you don't actually need a .bashrc at

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