My original question was:
After logging into CDE, if I open a dtterm, my .profile will
not be read, but if I open a console, my .profile will be read.
I checked my .dtprofile and un-comment "DTSOURCEPROFILE=true", but this
Thanks a lot to:
***Justin Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>, who said I need to
uncomment the one in /etc/dt/config/dtprofile
***David Willard <email@example.com>, who said I need to have "-ls"
option when I open dtterm
***Anthony Worrall <Anthony.Worrall@reading.ac.uk>, who suggested "-ls"
***Matt Hill <MHILL@graver.com>, who suggested to put ". ./.profile" at
the end of .dtprofile
***DonWilliams <firstname.lastname@example.org>, who also
suggested me to put ". ./.profile" at the end of .dtprofile
***Jafar Shameem <email@example.com>, suggested to use
My solution is:
Put a "dtterm -ls" entry at the end of my .dtprofile. In this way, when
I go into CDE environment, I can open new Terminals from that dtterm.
But still, if I open new Terminals from "Workspace Menu->Programs", I
still cannot have my .profile being read.
How can I modify the system settings?
thanks a lot!
Judy Z. Huang http://www-ec.njit.edu/~zxh2341
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