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    • Unit 14: Customizing the User Environment
    • 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
    • Bash Initialization (Login Shell) /ETC/PROFILE $HOME/.bash_profile -or- $HOME/.bash_login -or- $HOME/.profile $HOME/.bash_logout
    • Bash Initialization (non-Login Shell) 1 ~/.BASHRC $ Bourne Again Shell (interactive) t 1 $BASH_ENV Bourne Again Shell (non-interactive)
    • 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
    • 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
    • KDE Customization
    • GNOME Customization
    • 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
    • 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