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Old 31st May 2008
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Default What does your .*shrc file look like?

What does your shells initialization file look like?

On my systems, the individual shells own profile/shrc's just source this through . or ENV.

$HOME/.${USER}_shrc
Code:
# vim: set ft=sh :

# default file permissions -rw------- / drwx------
umask 077

# set my standard environment settings
PATH="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin"; export PATH

# locale related settings
TZ='Etc/UTC'; export TZ                 # my time zone
LANG='en_US.UTF-8'; export LANG         # language.encoding
# some programs require us to set LC_ALL manually as well.
LC_ALL='en_US.UTF-8'; export LC_ALL
MM_CHARSET='UTF-8'; export MM_CHARSET
BLOCKSIZE='M'; export BLOCKSIZE         # prefer megabytes over 512 byte blocks

# set my pager
if [ -x /usr/bin/less ]; then
    PAGER='/usr/bin/less'; export PAGER
    LESS='-FiJqX'; export LESS  # default options to less
else
    PAGER="more"; export PAGER
fi

# set my default editor, on order of preference and create aliases
if [ -x /usr/local/bin/vim ]; then
    EDITOR='/usr/local/bin/vim'; export EDITOR
    VISUAL='/usr/local/bin/vim'; export VISUAL
    if [ -x /usr/local/bin/view ]; then
        # I prefer Vim to Vi when 'view'ing a file
        alias view='/usr/local/bin/view'
    fi
elif [ -x /usr/bin/vi ]; then
    EDITOR='/usr/bin/vi'; export EDITOR
    VISUAL='/usr/bin/vi'; export VISUAL
    # on some systems where vim is not installed, I tend to type vim
    alias vim='/usr/bin/vi'
elif [ -x /usr/bin/mg -o /usr/local/bin/mg ]; then
    # Micro GNU Emacs is 
    EDITOR="`which mg`"; export EDITOR
    VISUAL="`which mg`"; export VISUAL
    alias microemacs='mg'
fi

case `uname -s` in
    'FreeBSD') isFreeBSD=1
               LSCOLORS='CxGxxxxxBxexExcxdx'; export LSCOLORS
               ;; # FreeBSD
    'OpenBSD') isOpenBSD=1;;
    'NetBSD')  isNetBSD=1;;
    'Linux')   isLinux=1;;
    'Unix')    isUnix=1;;
esac

case `basename $SHELL` in
    'sh') # older versions of the bourne shell lack line editing (i.e. < sys 3)
          [ $isFreeBSD ] || [ $isOpenBSD ] ||
          [ $isNetBSD ] || [ $isLinux ]  &&  set -o emacs
          # set prompt
          PS1="`hostname -s`$ "; export PS1
          ;; # sh
    'bash') 
          # prompt is: [ user@host:pwd ]$
          PS1="[ \u@\h:\w ]$ "; export PS1
          set -o emacs
          ;; # bash
    'ksh'| 'ksh93'| 'pdksh')
          # my standard issue prompt
          PS1="$USER@`hostname -s`-$ "; export PS1
          set -o emacs
          ;; # ksh family
    'zsh') # set my various options
           HISTFILE=~/.histfile
           HISTSIZE=100
           SAVEHIST=300
           setopt appendhistory autocd extendedglob
           # dont' beep !
           unsetopt beep
           # emacs bindings
           bindkey -e
           zstyle :compinstall filename "$HOME/.zshrc"
           autoload -Uz compinit
           compinit
           # COLORS
           fg_green=$'%{\e[0;32m%}'
           fg_blue=$'%{\e[0;34m%}'
           fg_cyan=$'%{\e[0;36m%}'
           fg_red=$'%{\e[0;31m%}'
           fg_brown=$'%{\e[0;33m%}'
           fg_purple=$'%{\e[0;35m%}'
           fg_light_gray=$'%{\e[0;37m%}'
           fg_dark_gray=$'%{\e[1;30m%}'
           fg_light_blue=$'%{\e[1;34m%}'
           fg_light_green=$'%{\e[1;32m%}'
           fg_light_cyan=$'%{\e[1;36m%}' 
           fg_light_red=$'%{\e[1;31m%}'
           fg_light_purple=$'%{\e[1;35m%}'
           fg_no_colour=$'%{\e[0m%}'
           fg_white=$'%{\e[1;37m%}'
           fg_black=$'%{\e[0;30m%}'
           # I like color in my zsh prompt ;-)
           PS1="$USER@%B%m%b${fg_green}$ ${fg_no_colour}"; export PS1
           # display the (24h) time in the right-prompt`
           RPS1="%T"; export RPS1
esac

#
# define some standard aliases for programs, should be fairly portable where
# said programs are installed.
#
alias   bye="echo 'bye'; exit"
alias   cls='clear'
alias   pgr="$PAGER"
alias   limeric='fortune /usr/share/games/fortune/limerick'
alias   gcc='gcc -Wall -W -Wpointer-arith -Wbad-function-cast -std=c99'
alias   gcc_wall= 'gcc -Wall -Wpointer-arith -Wcast-qual -Wcast-align \
                   -Wconversion -Waggregate-return -Wstrict-prototypes \
                   -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations \
                   -Wredundant-decls -Winline -Wnested-externs -std=c99 \
                   -march=i686 -pipe'
alias   gcc_optimize='gcc -fforce-mem -fforce-addr -finline-functions \
                           -fstrength-reduce  -floop-optimize -O3'
alias   gcc_debug='gcc -ggdb3'
# this quick lint works on both FreeBSD and OpenBSD anyway (ansi mode)
alias   lint='lint -cehzs'
# lint's -H option is not documented on FreeBSD but works on both FreeBSD and
# OpenBSD, dunno about other lints.
alias lint_ansi='lint -aaabcehHzs'

#
# define system specfic aliases for common commands
#
if [ $isFreeBSD ]; then
    # The FreeBSD system seems to have been made by people that have an "Hey
    # we've been using this command prompt for the past 30 years, let's tmake it
    # comfortable!" approch...  Thus it needs it's own set of aliases.

    alias   cp='cp -ivRL'
    alias   mv='mv -v'
    alias   ls='ls -FGH'
    alias   ll='ls -laFhHo'
    alias   la='ls -aFG'
    alias   rm='rm -d'
    alias   rmdir='rmdir -v'
    # quick command to mute the sound system
    alias   mute='mixer pcm 0:0'
elif [ $isOpenBSD ]; then
	alias 	cp='cp -iRL'
	alias 	ls='ls -F'
	alias 	ll='ls -laFho'
	alias 	la='ls -aF'
	alias 	rm='rm -d'
elif [ $isLinux ]; then 
    echo "No aliases set..."
else
    #
    # define fail safe aliases that should work on most systems
    #
    alias   ll='ls -l'
    alias   la='la'
fi


# give a fortune cookie and the current date/time on login
[ -x /usr/games/fortune ] && /usr/games/fortune -aes
echo ''

echo ''; echo -n 'To days date is: '; date

#
# parse site local additions
#
. ${HOME}/.site_shrc
site_shrc defines things specific to the current machine, I find it useful for adjusting the environment variables:

${HOME}/.site_shrc on this laptop:
Code:
# vim: set ft=sh :

# TeX Live stuff
PATH="/usr/Programs/texlive/2007/bin/i386-freebsd:$PATH:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:${HOME}/sh:${HOME}/bin"; export PATH
MANPATH="/usr/Programs/texlive/2007/texmf/doc/man:/usr/share/man:/usr/local/man:$MANPATH"; export MANPATH
INFOPATH="/usr/Programs/texlive/2007/texmf/doc/info:/usr/share/info:/usr/local/info:$INFOPATH"; export INFOPATH

# QT: needed in order to compile QT programs...
export QMAKESPEC='freebsd-g++'
export QTDIR='/usr/X11R6/include/'

# for NPM
export SVNROOT='<snip>'

# for sudo pkg_add
PACKAGEROOT="ftp://ftp13.us.FreeBSD.org/"; export PACKAGEROOT


alias	paxhelp='paxhelp | pgr'
alias	scp2v='scp -P <snip> -i ~/.ssh/<snip>'
alias 	ssh2v='ssh -p <snip> <snip>@vectra -i ~/.ssh/<snip>'
alias   ssh2npm='<snip>'
alias 	gcj='gcj43'

# Our IP Address, doesn't work in older bourne shells
if [ -x /usr/bin/perl ]; then
	MY_IP=$(ifconfig ath0 | grep 'inet' | awk '{print $2}')
fi

disclaimer:

I've used FreeBSD since November 2005.
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Hi TerriP ! Thank you for sharing this !
I liked the fortune cookie on login .. I an a big fortune addict .. I remember I first encountered this on slackware as I remember I found something similar on dragonflyBSD .. nice tips from dru ...
part of my profile aliases :
Code:
alias r="mplayer http://srv3.electro-music.com:8500"
    to listen to some cool ambient    

alias ls="gls -F --color=always"
alias df="df -h"

alias bg="fbsetbg -f /home/bifrost/images.bifrost/zen_unix01.jpg"

alias f="fortune -s"
alias fl="fortune -l"
alias fo="fortune -o"

alias x="xinit /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc"
alias gn="xinit /usr/local/bin/gnome-session"

alias p="cd /usr/ports/ && ls "
alias d="less pkg/DESCR"
alias da="less pkg/DESCR-main"
alias ftpgo="ftp ftp://ftp.fr.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/"
lol .. how lazy of me ! ..
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I use tcsh:

https://bitbucket.org/Carpetsmoker/c...tcsh/csh.cshrc
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Thanks Carpetsmoker !
interesting profile ..
what's more interesting to me as a new c learner : why are you using tcsh as default shell despite Barnett's 'Top Ten Reasons not to use the C shell' ..
hopefully the topic of a future thread ..
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what's more interesting to me as a new c learner : why are you using tcsh as default shell despite Barnett's 'Top Ten Reasons not to use the C shell' ..
The reason I use tcsh is simply "because it was there first". It's the default on FreeBSD and the first shell I dived in to.
I'm sure other shells work equally well if not better, but tcsh works well enough for me, and I don't want to invest the time and energy learning all the new keybinds, tricks, configuration options, etc. The cost/benefit ratio simply isn't large enough.

Using (t)csh for shell scripting is a probably not a good idea, as outlined in the article you mentioned, but that's something very different than using it as an interactive shell.
the biggest issue is the limited stdout/stderr redirection. This is usually not a problem, but can be annoying at times.
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Thanks Carpetsmoker .. good energy-saving strategy .. ..
gist of it : tcsh harmless as interactive shell ..
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"mostly harmless" anyway.
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I started out with csh and tsch in my early Unix experience (SunOS) on machines where I worked, and initially continued with tcsh when I started using Unix-like on my own computer. Eventually though, I found it inevitable to have to deal with Bourne sh scripts in the sysadmin. It drove me nuts having to remember and switch between both types of shell syntax all the time, so I eventually decided to ditch the t/csh stuff, since Bourne was more powerful and inevitable. That's my take on it anyway: basically the KISS principle. YMMV and all that.
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Hi IdOp ! good choice for good reasons ..
I'd like if possible that you'd share parts of your shell profile .. time-saving aliases .. ;-) ..
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I'd like if possible that you'd share parts of your shell profile .. time-saving aliases .. ;-) ..
Can do, but it may take a while as I'll have to edit it for anonymity first. Also fair warning, its messy, so if there's any value it would be as an example of what not to do.
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it's alright .. please do when you can ..
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@daemonfowl, OK I've cleaned up the dirty laundry a bit and attached the files. Hopefully there is something humorous or useful in there.
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Thanks IdOp !! interesting .. specially the alias part which I could understand and will surely benefit from .. some other parts urge me to read more about .. :-)
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You're welcome, glad if you found something useful under the high level of idiosyncratic noise.
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