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Junior Python/.Net developer from center of Europe


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accepted /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
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comment /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
Not sure why $ORDER was empty, maybe because of some syntax error. I don't know a lot about dash and bash differences. Although I am going to mark you answer as the correct one because it helped to get where is the problem.
Dec
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answered /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
Dec
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comment /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
In current user's profile (~/.profile) there is part which should update environment variables. I mean it's not in some another profile. It's profile of this user. But I tried @user_unknown solution to test profiles loading and it seems none of them are loaded.
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comment /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
Hm, $ORDER is empty, which means none of them are loaded?
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comment /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
There is environment variable is updated in ~/.profile
Dec
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comment /etc/profile vs ~/.profile
Then I am not sure what is going on. If I run it explicitly in terminal it loads. Could there be problem during login and in result ~/.profile doesn't load, but then in terminal there is no these problems. Could I check if system tried to load it?
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