Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 57975
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:38:52 EDT
Description of Problem:
The aliases set up in /etc/profile.d are all bogus. Aliases should be
used by the user to customize his environment, not forced on us at a
system level. I've been forced to use an ugly hack in my .cshrc to
unalias silly colored ls aliases, etc.
Also, the 'which' alias generated by which-2.csh is broken.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. where echo | head -1
2. which echo
3. Note that they return different answers.
The easiet fix would seem to be to just empty that directory.
which-2.csh is no longer used in FC2.
As for removing the ls aliases currently set up in
I doubt that will happen, but maybe the owner of the file in question
Note that you can also use "COLOR none" in /etc/DIR_COLORS
or ~/.dir_colors to disable ls colorization.
No, many more people use them than don't, and I would spend all day
long closing bug reports and switching between two defaults. I'm
going to keep it as it is.