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Old 03-08-2005, 10:37 AM   #1
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I just installed fortune-mod at another place as it used to be. So I changed the call to it in my .bashrc.
But I only get 1 fortune at login now, where I used to get 2.
I searched with grep in the /etc directory and found the only occurrence of fortune there, to be in 'termcap-BSD'.

I'm wondering now, is this file read at login? I thought that was /etc/profile.
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Look in /etc/profile.d if you haven't it done yet
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