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In article <GYQn4.7539$_e7.217198@news1.sshe1.sk.home.com>,
Chris H <newsgroupNOJUNK@NOJUNKhome.com> wrote:
>Does anyone have any ideas ?

One possibility is to use `xterm -ls': this tells xterm to start a
"login shell" in the new window.  When sh is a login shell, it reads
your .profile.

You can make this the default for all xterm windows by setting this in
your X resources.

   XTerm*loginShell: true

Tim.
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Original headers:

From: tjg@star.le.ac.uk (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.shell
Subject: Re: sh alias
Date: 8 Feb 2000 13:32:25 -0000
Message-ID: <87p5tv$nkm$1@ltpcg.star.le.ac.uk>
References: <GYQn4.7539$_e7.217198@news1.sshe1.sk.home.com>

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