Disk Druid - Fedora flame #1
seyman at wanadoo.fr
Thu Jan 20 10:10:00 UTC 2005
On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 06:44:09PM -0600, Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, Emmanuel Seyman <seyman at wanadoo.fr> said:
> > That's where his configuration files are.
> In single-user mode, what does that matter?
If I'm reparing a system which can't boot to runlevel 3 or 5,
I'ld really like to have my usual settings, if possible.
If getting them is as simple as running "source /root/.bashrc",
then I'm all for it.
> As I said, $HOME is not set before starting the shell, so the shell
> files (.bash_profile, .bashrc) are not read. You really shouldn't have
> anything significant under root's home anyway.
With reserves on the contents on /root/bin, I agree.
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