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Hello, In the past few minutes I've been battling with Slackware 10.1, as I create an user, but I have no .bashrc file. Is it possible to create it ?...
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    Creating users and their .bashrc files


    Hello,

    In the past few minutes I've been battling with Slackware 10.1, as I create an user, but I have no .bashrc file.

    Is it possible to create it ?

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    Yes, just touch .bashrc and it'll be there. Then you can add whatever you like with any old text editor.

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    Code:
    ~$ touch .bashrc
    also u can put .bashrc in your /etc/skel directory, so every new user will have one

    enjoy

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    Code:
    ~$ touch .bashrc
    also u can put .bashrc in your /etc/skel directory, so every new user will have one

    enjoy

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    /me growls... argh.... that simple....

    Thanks a lot guys!

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