Login and auto executes
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Mon Jul 7 02:40:26 UTC 2014
On Sun, 06 Jul 2014 21:38:28 +0200, Jos Chrispijn wrote:
> kpneal at pobox.com:
> > On Sun, Jul 06, 2014 at 11:26:22AM +0200, Jos Chrispijn wrote:
> > Are you certain that these files are in the right home directory? They
> > need to be in the directory that is listed in /etc/passwd for your account.
> > I ask because you said "folder", but the correct term is "directory". You
> > aren't, say, putting these files in the base of a network share instead
> > of your /etc/passwd home directory?
> Jep, I put them in the correct folder.
> I solved it by using the .login file with the appropiate commands.
But that suggests you aren't using bash, but csh? From "man csh",
~/.login Read by login shells after ~/.tcshrc or ~/.history.
The shell may be compiled to read ~/.login before
instead of after ~/.tcshrc and ~/.history; see the ver-
sion shell variable.
Note that .login is in csh syntax, not (ba)sh syntax. In case
you want to use sh syntax for a login-time startup script, just
call it from ~/.login via something like "/bin/sh ~/.sh.login"
or "/usr/local/bin/bash ~/.bash.login" (if you require bash-isms
which sh does not support).
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