PsotLogin and PostSession scripts for Solaris

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Old 08-31-2011
if you are using CDE, the per user config should be,


per user CDE session start file (script with execute perm).

per user CDE exit file (script with execute permission).

try to look at Xsessions on you man page. you should be able to see more information from there.
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