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Old 04-17-2002
How can I automatically find important files???

how can I automatically check if important files exist in a directory and if not, automatically put the important files where they are needed

say, I want to put .bashrc and a dozen other important files like it into every user's directory, how can I do this??? how do I check every user's account to see if they have specific files??

and one more thing, how can I edit my profile file so that I dont have to put ./ in front of my script files??? I mean, how do I make it possible to just type the script file name and then have the system run the file right away

I did this before but I can't remember.
 

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prxs(3) 						      PRoFTPD EXtensionS Tool							   prxs(3)

NAME
prxs - proFTPD Extension tool SYNOPSIS
pxrs [options] [actions] mod-custom.c pxrs -c -i -d mod_custom.c prxs -c -i -D USE_CUSTOM -I /path/to/custom/include -L /path/to/custom/lib -l custom mod_custom.c DESCRIPTION
This manual page explains the compailing with prxs prxs is for This program for compile and install third-party modules from source code as DSO modules for your installed proftpd. ACTIONS
The following actions describe the type of operation to be performed: -c, --compile Compiles the listed .c source files into a proftpd DSO module -i, --install Installs a compiled proftpd DSO module into the directory where proftpd expects to find loadable DSO modules. -d, --clean Removes any generated files, returning the build directory to clean state. OPTIONS
The following options describe the type of operation to be performed: -n, --name Tells prxs the name of the module being compiled. By default, prxs determines the module name from the list of .c files listed, expecting to see a "mod_name.c" file. -D key Passes these macros through to the compilation step. -D key=value Note that the space before the key is important. -I includedir Specify additional include file search directories. Note that the space before the directory is important. -L libdir Specify additional library file search directories. Note that the space before the directory is important. -l library Specify additional libraries for linking. Note that the space before the library name is important. AUTHORS
The Proftpd team. See http://www.proftpd.org/ for information. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008-2009 TJ Saunders <tj@castaglia.org>. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. NOTES
Manual page written for Debian GNU/Linux and/or derivatives by Mahyuddin Susanto <udienz@ubuntu.com>, March 2011 March 11, 2011 prxs(3)

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