~/.bashrc the only place where I can specify user specific ENV Variables, aliases, modifications to PATH variable, etc?
I ask because it seems that
~/.bashrc would be bash only...
From the bash man page:
csh and tcsh explicitly don't look at
If you log in under an X display manager (xdm, gdm, kdm, ...), whether
There is no such thing like a environment config file for different shells, because its even shell specific how they are defined.
In csh you use
Anyway you could write your own config file and include it with
There is no common file, but you can make every shell read from a common file.
So here's what I do:
If you have root access to the system, another way is to set up
You can put
in the relevant