Description of problem:
bash doesn't honor ~/.bash_profile. I start a gnome-terminal, and the variables
and so set there aren't available.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start a gnome-terminal in gnome
Contents of .bash_profile aren't considered.
Read in .bash_profile
/var/log/secure shows the following after a failed login attepmt:
Nov 22 16:54:29 quelen sshd: PAM unable to
Nov 22 16:54:29 quelen sshd: PAM [dlerror: /usr/lib64/libldap-2.2.so.7:
undefined symbol: SSL_CTX_set_tmp_rsa_callback]
Nov 22 16:54:29 quelen sshd: PAM adding faulty module:
Sorry, the additional info is for another bug (with LDAP).
I observed the same - you can detect it by looking at $PATH - ~/bin is not added.
The .bash_profile file is sourced only for a login shell (see 'man bash'). One
way to invoke bash as a login shell is to use the '-l' option, so if you want
.bash_profile sourced from gnome-terminal you need to enable the 'Run command as
a login shell' check-button in the gnome-terminal "Edit profile" dialog box.
Given that this was not needed in FC4, can this be flagged in the release notes,
or perhaps better, can that check-button be set by default?
This is fixed in rawhide now. It was a bug in GDM (the component that provides
the login screen).
When someone logs in, a login shell should be executed. That wasn't happening.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 177258 ***