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Re: /etc/init.d in the default $PATH ?



Bill Nottingham wrote:
Michel Salim (michel salim gmail com) said:
Ah! Would be nice to have it selected by default, now that Core and
Extras are merging.

Generally, either people swear by, or swear at, bash-completion. Not
much middle ground.

I'd be one of those swearing at it. If there is going to be any discussion of selecting it by default, I'd kindly ask that all of the network-based completion rules (*cough* yum <Tab> *cough*) be disabled by default.

--Wart


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