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Old 31st July 2008
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I don't use gnome, but with the normal X xterm you need the -ls parameter. From xterm(1):
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       -ls     This  option  indicates  that  the  shell  that is
               started in the xterm window will be a login  shell
               (i.e.,  the  first  character of argv[0] will be a
               dash, indicating to the shell that it should  read
               the user's .login or .profile).
Only then xterm will read the shell initialization files like .profile and .kshrc.
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