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You can use evaleval to get someone's home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for shure,sure. I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with evaleval.

You can use eval to get someone's home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for shure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

You can use eval to get someone's home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for sure. I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

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You can use eval to get someonessomeone's home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for sureshure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

You can use eval to get someones home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for sure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

You can use eval to get someone's home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for shure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

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You can use eval to get someones home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for shuresure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handeledhandled with eval.

You can use eval to get someones home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for shure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handeled with eval.

You can use eval to get someones home directory.

eval echo "~$USER"

At least for local users this works for sure, I don't know if remote users like LDAP are handled with eval.

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2 Removed unnecessary eval. Spelling.
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