Clarification about creating .xinitrc file for xfce
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Mon Sep 23 13:36:43 UTC 2019
Mrityunjoy Ghosh <mgofbbk at gmail.com> writes:
> Section 5.7.3 for creating .initrc and .xsession file for xfce written as
> given below. My question is what is the need of dot after inverted commas
> (i.e. ". /usr )? What will happen if it is done this way?
> % echo ". /usr/local/etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc" > ~/.xinitrc
> % echo ". /usr/local/etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc" > ~/.xsession
The dot is equivalent to the keyword "source".
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