Re: root's PATH variable
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:44:43 GMT
> I feel a bit of an idiot asking this, given how long I've been managing
> Solaris servers but:
> If root has no .profile, where does it get its PATH environment from?
I AM an idiot! Root has a default profile that is pre-compiled into
/usr/sbin/init but is overriden by /etc/default/login. I hadn't checked
these files carefully enough - in the 'broken' machine I had explicitly
set PATH and SUPATH.
Doesn't explain why I have "/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/bin" is in twice
in /usr/sbin/init's PATH variable. Must have been the product of a
dodgy JumpStart server, which has never been under my control.
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