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14 qlx02vcustuser

  1. 1. Unit 14: Customizing the User Environment
  2. 2. Objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to: • LIST THE ORDER OF LOGIN SCRIPTS • MODIFY LOGIN SCRIPTS TO CUSTOMIZE THE BASH ENVIRONMENT • LIST THE TOOLS AVAILABLE FOR CUSTOMIZING THE GUI
  3. 3. Bash Initialization (Login Shell) /ETC/PROFILE $HOME/.bash_profile -or- $HOME/.bash_login -or- $HOME/.profile $HOME/.bash_logout
  4. 4. Bash Initialization (non-Login Shell) 1 ~/.BASHRC $ Bourne Again Shell (interactive) t 1 $BASH_ENV Bourne Again Shell (non-interactive)
  5. 5. Bash Initialization with Redhat Extensions /ETC/PROFILE /ETC/PROFILE.D/*SH $HOME/.bash_p rofile $HOME/.bashrc export BASH_ENV=$H OME/. bashrc /etc/bashrc [user@host dir]$ Bourne Again Shell $HOME/.bash_logout
  6. 6. Bash Initialization with SuSE Extensions /ETC/PROFILE /ETC/PROFILE.D/*. SH /ETC/SUSECONFI G/PROFILE /ETC/PROFILE.LOC AL /ETC/BASH.BASHR C $HOME/.BASHRC $HOME/.ALIAS $HOME/.profile HOST:DIR $ Bourne Again Shell $HOME/.bash_logout
  7. 7. KDE Customization
  8. 8. GNOME Customization
  9. 9. Checkpoint 1. Which file would you use to customize your environment variables and why this file? 2. What do the following variables define on your system? PATH, PS1
  10. 10. Unit Summary • A NUMBER OF SHELL SCRIPTS ALLOW YOU TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR SHELL ENVIRONMENT • BOTH KDE AND GNOME HAVE AN INTEGRATED "CONTROL CENTER" FOR CUSTOMIZATION

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