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Editing the default user path

On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Phil Buckley wrote:
>Where do I go to edit the default user path?
>I want to to have a few new things available to people logging on to
>the server and was wondering if there is a global way to accomplish
>this rather then updating user path's individually.
>Oh, we're running RH6.2

Also look at /etc/profile

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