useradd, where is de bashrc?

M.W. van der Grient mwgrient69 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 10 11:53:40 UTC 2019


I see. The knowledge is here! :-)

On 2019-09-10 13:31, Fredrik wrote:
> On 9/10/19 11:22 AM, M.W. van der Grient wrote:
>> Hello readers of the crux-mailing-list,
>> I wonder why there is no bashrc file created after this command:
> Hi
>
>> useradd mwvandergrient -g mwvandergrient -G audio,video,lp,scanner -s
>> /bin/bash -d /home/mwvandergrient
> Nothing in that command would create a ~/.bashrc
>
>> There is also no skel directory in /etc/. Am I missing something?
> Yep, you have not placed stuff there! :-)
>
> CRUX is a very minimal distribution with regards to things like this.
> While stuff like debian, ubuntu, fedora would do lots of stuff
> automagically in a situation like this - crux will not. And it's by
> "design". You are obviously free to add a skel dir with the desired
> content if you want.
>
> /f
>
>> Regards,
>> Marco
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