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asked Trying customize Fedora rescue image - how do I go about this?
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comment Copy multiple files and append to end of filename
that'll work. For some reason I doesn't feel like bash would make us do a for loop as the simplest and quickest way, but whatever it works! Thanks a lot!
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comment cshrc execute bashrc within itself?
This works. I will warn any who find this though, Be sure to disable exec bash when you're loggin out because it will prevent you from logging in at all - good thing I have some root access to fix these issues :)
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comment cshrc execute bashrc within itself?
Hmm yea the main thing i was worried about was the source command, I have most of my prompt stuff set up on my repo of my profile defaults that I pass around my computers. I wonder if there's a script I could write that would quickly parse the sourced cshrc stuff into bash-able stuff so that I don't have to make for editing that file directly.
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comment cshrc execute bashrc within itself?
Yes @Gilles it has a lot to do with us being on a relatively old NIS server (new admin is trying to move away from NIS or at least update). Not only that but we have lots of custom path things setup that need to be correctly handled, which were originally set up in cshrc.
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