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i have made a few changes to my bashrc file...have set a few environmental variable that my shell scripts use. Is there any way that these changes can reflect in evryone else's bashrc who are in the network or do all of them have to copy those changes to their own bashrc file.
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It would require changing the /etc/profile file on each unix machine in the network.
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thanks...say I want to create a GUI which runs shell scripts in the background. What should I use for creating that GUI. I would be nice if you could point me to some resources where I can learn to create a GUI
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