Fwd: Dear Sir please inform author about installation of freebsd 1. from network direct 2.if not possible -network+dvd
milstar2 at eml.cc
Tue Dec 20 14:33:54 UTC 2016
Please inform author about installation of freebsd (english)
1. from network direct
2.if not possible -network+dvd
sony vgn-31 2*2.4 ghz , 4gb +256 gb
milstar2 at eml.cc
----- Original message -----
From: Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de>
To: swjatoslaw gerus <milstar2 at eml.cc>
Cc: questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Comparsion of Solaris , FreeBSD ,Ubuntu Default profile
,bash profile ,bashrc,xinitrc,bash-logout .Xauthority
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2016 04:03:48 +0100
On Tue, 20 Dec 2016 03:15:18 +0100, swjatoslaw gerus wrote:
> re: Comparsion of Solaris , FreeBSD ,Ubuntu
> Default profile ,bash profile ,bashrc,xinitrc,bash-logout
> .Xauthority &
> Author of this e-mail have questions about user profile &
> What must be in user directory ? And what must not be ?
Basically, bash configuration files are not provided with FreeBSD,
because bash is not part of the operating system. It can be installed
as an additional component.
FreeBSD's default dialog shell is the C shell (tcsh), with the
configuration files /etc/csh.cshrc, /etc/csh.login, /etc/csh.logout
(global files) and ~/.cshrc, ~/.login, ~/.logout (user-specific
files). The way they are interpreted (e. g., startup file for
login shell, interactive shell, or _any_ shell, such as scripting
shell invocations) is explained in "man csh".
For sh, FreeBSD's default scripting shell, ~/.shrc and ~/.profile
are provided according to "man sh".
If you install bash, you can also check "man bash" for the use of
the files ~/.bashrc, ~/.bash_profile, ~/.bash_login and their
system-wide equivalents in /etc (or /usr/local/etc).
There are other popular shells you can install, for example zsh
or ksh. Those are optional in the view of the operating system.
So whatever file is relevant depends on what shell you are using.
> Author is root but will limit risk -test all in user directory
> before change system
> Conditions of test -one user
> login -start two xterm -xterm -fg green -bg black &
> keyboard change for user - .Xmodmap
Those entries look like they belong into an X startup file,
~/xinitrc (when you're using "startx") or ~/.xsession (when
you're using a display manager such as XDM).
> PS change for user PS1="*"
That's a strange prompt. :-)
In bash, prompt settings usually go to ~/.bashrc; this is a
In csh, you can use ~/.cshrc for this purpose:
set promptchars = "%#"
set prompt = "%n@%m:%~%# "
If you wish to use a different shell, check its manual for how
to configure the prompt in that shell.
> wine + programm.exe - set/export path for virtual drive
That is possible to setup in a login shell's configuration.
Note that is also possible to set $PATH independently from the
shell in use: ~/.login_conf can do this. See "man login.conf"
> Sony vgn -31 notebook
> (64 bit 2*2.4 ghz ) to date Ubuntu 16 but lot of problem ...
Even though I've tried to answer with the focus on FreeBSD (which
this mailing list is intended for), you can probably translate my
advice to any Linux or UNIX operating system. Always check your
> Relevant comment would appreciated
Please try to be more specific in your question, it's not that
easy to understand, sorry. (I'm not a native english speaker,
so I might have missed what you wanted to ask...)
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