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Here's the second of my hopefully-simple questions I hope someone can easily answer. Unlike in 6.5, GNOME does not source the ~/.bash_profile when logging on at the GUI. This results in a user's PATH being inconsistent between logging on at the GUI and ssh-ing. I can't seem to find a key in login-screen or anywhere else that I can tell the display manager to source the .bash_profile. (I dont want to set the terminal to do it - .bash_profile has items that should be run once, not once per subshell.)
Anyone know if there is a setting somewhere that makes gdm source the file as it did in 6.5?
I checked on a second system and it IS sourcing the file. Again, anyone know where this feature might be set so that I can check this? Thanks.