I have a very basic question for you if you don't mind. Whenever I open a terminal, I get this
bash: /etc/profile.d/touchpad.sh: No such file or directory
followed by the usual prompt.
A few weeks ago I made a script called touchpad.sh, which would run whenever I opened a terminal. In the end, I deleted it because it wasn't doing what I wanted it to do. But some file is clearly still pointing to it. I've searched high and low for the source of this error, i.e. some reference to touchpad.sh, but I cannot find it. I've looked in ~/.bashrc ~/.profile and a few other places I can't remember offhand that I found on the Internet. Can anyone tell me where this reference is most likely to be? While it doesn't cause any problems and I can still use the terminal without a problem, it's a bit annoying and considering the amount of time I've spent trying to solve this problem, I'd be most grateful if someone point me in the right direction.
I'm running Sparky Linux (Debian Jessie) 64-bit (XFCE install) with Enlightenment Desktop on Lenovo T420.
Thank you in advance.