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November 02, 2005, at 12:38 AM by 85.105.66.26
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'Kaynak: Beyond Linux® From Scratch, Version 6.0'

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The file ~/.bash_logout is not used for an invocation of the shell. It is read and executed when a user exits from an interactive login shell.

To the standard files, /etc/bashrc is called from the user's ~/.bashrc for system wide initialization of non-login shells.

Kaynak: Beyond Linux® From Scratch, Version 6.0

November 02, 2005, at 12:37 AM by 85.105.66.26
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=== interactive login shell ve interactive non-login shell arasındaki farklar ===

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interactive login shell ve interactive non-login shell arasındaki farklar

November 02, 2005, at 12:36 AM by 85.105.66.26
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=== interactive login shell ve interactive non-login shell arasındaki farklar ===

An interactive login shell is started after a successful login, using /bin/login, by reading the /etc/passwd file. This shell invocation normally reads /etc/profile and its private equivalent ~/.bash_profile upon startup.

An interactive non-login shell is normally started at the command-line (e.g., [prompt]$/bin/bash) or by the /bin/su command. An interactive non-login shell is also started with a terminal program such as xterm or konsole from within a graphical environment. This type of shell invocation normally copies the parent environment and then reads the user's ~/.bashrc file for additional startup configuration instructions.

A non-interactive shell is usually present when a shell script is running. It is non-interactive because it is processing a script and not waiting for user input between commands. For these shell invocations, only the environment inherited from the parent shell is used.

'Kaynak: Beyond Linux® From Scratch, Version 6.0'

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