# /etc/profile for SuSE Linux
#
# PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE /etc/profile. There are chances that your changes
# will be lost during system upgrades. Instead use /etc/profile.local for
# your local settings, favourite global aliases, VISUAL and EDITOR
# variables, etc ...

#
# Check which shell is reading this file
#
if test -f /proc/mounts ; then
  if ! is=$(readlink /proc/$$/exe 2>/dev/null) ; then
    case "$0" in
    *pcksh)	is=ksh	;;
    *)		is=sh	;;
    esac
  fi
  case "$is" in
    */bash)	is=bash
	case "$0" in
	sh|-sh|*/sh)
		is=sh	;;
	esac		;;
    */ash)	is=ash  ;;
    */dash)	is=ash  ;;
    */ksh)	is=ksh  ;;
    */ksh93)	is=ksh  ;;
    */pdksh)	is=ksh  ;;
    */*pcksh)	is=ksh  ;;
    */zsh)	is=zsh  ;;
    */*)	is=sh   ;;
  esac
  #
  # `r' in $- occurs *after* system files are parsed
  #
  for a in $SHELL ; do
    case "$a" in
      */r*sh)
        readonly restricted=true ;;
      -r*|-[!-]r*|-[!-][!-]r*)
        readonly restricted=true ;;
      --restricted)
        readonly restricted=true ;;
    esac
  done
  unset a
else
  is=sh
fi

#
# Call common progams from /bin or /usr/bin only
#
path ()
{
    command -p ${1+"$@"}
}

#
# Initialize terminal
#
tty=`path tty 2> /dev/null`
test $? -ne 0 && tty=""
if test -O "$tty" -a -n "$PS1"; then
    test -z "${TERM}"		&& { TERM=linux; export TERM; }
    test "${TERM}" = "unknown"	&& { TERM=linux; export TERM; }
    # Do not change settings on local line if connected to remote
    if test -z "$SSH_TTY" -a "${TERM}" != "dumb" ; then
	path stty sane cr0 pass8 dec
	path tset -I -Q
    fi
    # on iSeries virtual console, detect screen size and terminal
    if test -d /proc/iSeries -a \( "$tty" = "/dev/tty1" -o "$tty" = "/dev/console" \) ; then
        LINES=24
	COLUMNS=80
	export LINES COLUMNS TERM
	eval `path initviocons -q -e`
    fi
fi
unset TERMCAP

#
# Time until a complete key sequence must have arrived
#
#ESCDELAY=2000
#export ESCDELAY

#
# The user file-creation mask
#
# The global umask value is stored in /etc/login.defs and
# will be set by pam_umask.so (see "man pam_umask").
#umask 022

#
# Setup for gzip and (t)csh users
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    # GZIP=-9
    # export GZIP
    CSHEDIT=emacs
    export CSHEDIT
fi

#
# ksh/ash sometimes do not know
#
test -z "$UID"  && readonly  UID=`path id -ur 2> /dev/null`
test -z "$EUID" && readonly EUID=`path id -u  2> /dev/null`
test -z "$USER" && USER=`path id -un 2> /dev/null`
test -z "$MAIL" && MAIL=/var/spool/mail/$USER
if test -x /bin/uname ; then
    test -z "$HOST" && HOST=`/bin/uname -n`
    test "$HOST" = "localhost" && HOST=`/bin/uname -n`
    test -z "$CPU"  &&  CPU=`/bin/uname -m`
fi
# Remark: /proc/sys/kernel/domainname and the program domainname
# its self will provide the NIS/YP domainname, see domainname(8).
if test -s /etc/HOSTNAME ; then
    test -z "$HOSTNAME" && HOSTNAME=`cat /etc/HOSTNAME`
else
    test -z "$HOSTNAME" && HOSTNAME=$HOST
fi
test -z "$LOGNAME"  && LOGNAME=$USER
case "$CPU" in
    i?86) HOSTTYPE=i386   ;;
    *)    HOSTTYPE=${CPU} ;;
esac
  OSTYPE=linux
MACHTYPE=${CPU}-suse-${OSTYPE}
# Do NOT export UID, EUID, USER, and LOGNAME
export MAIL HOST CPU HOSTNAME HOSTTYPE OSTYPE MACHTYPE

#
# You may use /etc/initscript, /etc/profile.local or the
# ulimit package instead to set up ulimits and your PATH.
#
# if test "$is" != "ash" -a ! -r /etc/initscript; then
#     ulimit -Sc 0		# don't create core files
#     ulimit -Sd $(ulimit -Hd)
#     ulimit -Ss $(ulimit -Hs)
#     ulimit -Sm $(ulimit -Hm)
# fi

#
# Make path more comfortable
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    PATH=/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin
    if test "$HOME" != "/" ; then
	for dir in $HOME/bin/$CPU $HOME/bin ; do
	    test -d $dir && PATH=$dir:$PATH
	done
    fi
    if test "$UID" = 0 ; then
	test -d /opt/kde3/sbin  && PATH=/opt/kde3/sbin:$PATH
	PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/sbin:$PATH
    fi
    for dir in	/usr/X11/bin \
		/usr/bin/X11 \
		/usr/X11R6/bin \
		/var/lib/dosemu \
		/usr/games \
		/opt/bin \
		/opt/kde3/bin \
		/opt/kde2/bin \
		/opt/kde/bin \
		/usr/openwin/bin \
		/opt/cross/bin
    do
	test -d $dir && PATH=$PATH:$dir
    done
    unset dir
    export PATH
fi

#
# Many programs using readline library for line editing
# should know about this (e.g. bash)
#
if test -z "$INPUTRC" ; then
    INPUTRC=/etc/inputrc
    test -s $HOME/.inputrc && INPUTRC=$HOME/.inputrc
    export INPUTRC
fi

#
# Most bourn shell clones knows about this
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    HISTSIZE=1000
    export HISTSIZE
fi

#
# Set some environment variables for TeX/LaTeX (Not used due luatex)
#
#if test -n "$TEXINPUTS" ; then
#    TEXINPUTS=":$TEXINPUTS:$HOME/.TeX:/usr/share/doc/.TeX:/usr/doc/.TeX"
#else
#    TEXINPUTS=":$HOME/.TeX:/usr/share/doc/.TeX:/usr/doc/.TeX"
#fi
#export TEXINPUTS

#
# Configure the default pager on SuSE Linux
#
if test -z "$LESS" -a -x /usr/bin/less ; then
    LESS="-M -I -R"
    LESSOPEN="lessopen.sh %s"
    LESSCLOSE="lessclose.sh %s %s"
    LESS_ADVANCED_PREPROCESSOR="no"
    if test -s /etc/lesskey.bin ; then
	LESSKEY=/etc/lesskey.bin
    fi
    PAGER=less
    MORE=-sl
    export LESSOPEN LESSCLOSE LESS LESSKEY PAGER LESS_ADVANCED_PREPROCESSOR MORE
fi

#
# Minicom 
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    MINICOM="-c on"
    export MINICOM
fi

#
# Current manpath
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    tmp="$MANPATH"
    unset MANPATH
    if test -n "$tmp" ; then
	MANPATH="${tmp}:`test -x /usr/bin/manpath && /usr/bin/manpath -q`"
    else
	MANPATH="`test -x /usr/bin/manpath && /usr/bin/manpath -q`"
    fi
    unset tmp
    export MANPATH
fi

#
# Some applications do not handle the XAPPLRESDIR environment properly,
# when it contains more than one directory. More than one directory only
# makes sense if you have a client with /usr mounted via nfs and you want
# to configure applications machine dependent. Uncomment the lines below
# if you want this.
#
#XAPPLRESDIR="$XAPPLRESDIR:/var/X11R6/app-defaults:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/app-defaults"
#export XAPPLRESDIR

#
# These settings are recommended for old motif applications
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    if [ -r /usr/share/X11/XKeysymDB ]; then
	export XKEYSYMDB=/usr/share/X11/XKeysymDB
    else
	export XKEYSYMDB=/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XKeysymDB
    fi
    if [ -d /usr/share/X11/nls ]; then
	export XNLSPATH=/usr/share/X11/nls
    else
	export XNLSPATH=/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/nls
    fi

    #
    # Midnight Commander needs this to run in color mode
    #
    COLORTERM=1
    export COLORTERM
fi

#
# For RCS
#
#VERSION_CONTROL=numbered
#export VERSION_CONTROL

#
# Source profile.d files and UTF8 settings
#
# But do not source this if PROFILEREAD is already set to avoid
# overriding locale variables already present in the environment
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    test -r /etc/profile.d/sh.ssh   && . /etc/profile.d/sh.ssh
    if test -z "$SSH_SENDS_LOCALE" ; then
        if test -r /etc/sysconfig/language -a -r /etc/profile.d/sh.utf8 ; then
	    tmp="$(. /etc/sysconfig/language; echo $AUTO_DETECT_UTF8)"
	    test "$tmp" = "yes" && . /etc/profile.d/sh.utf8
	    unset tmp
	fi
    fi
fi

#
# Source profile extensions for certain packages, the super
# may disable some of them by setting the sticky bit.
#
if test -d /etc/profile.d -a -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    for s in /etc/profile.d/*.sh ; do
	test -r $s -a ! -k $s && . $s
    done
    unset s
fi

if test "$is" != "ash" ; then
    #
    # And now let's see if there is a local profile
    # (for options defined by your sysadmin, not SuSE Linux)
    #
    test -s /etc/profile.local && . /etc/profile.local
fi

#
# Avoid overwriting user settings if called twice
#
if test -z "$PROFILEREAD" ; then
    readonly PROFILEREAD=true
    export PROFILEREAD
fi

#
# Standard ssh command does not do an login, therefore
# /etc/profile will be sourced by /etc/bash.bashrc
#
if test -z "$_SOURCED_FOR_SSH" ; then
    #
    # System BASH specials, maybe also good for other shells
    # Note that ksh always reads /etc/ksh.kshrc
    #
    if test "$is" != ksh -a "$is" != zsh ; then
	test -r /etc/bash.bashrc && . /etc/bash.bashrc
    fi
    if test -n "$restricted" ; then
	readonly _HOMEBASHRC=true
    fi
    if test "$is" = "bash" -a -z "$_HOMEBASHRC" ; then
	# loop detection
	readonly _HOMEBASHRC=true
	test -r $HOME/.bashrc && . $HOME/.bashrc
    fi

    #
    # KSH specials
    #
    if test "$is" = "ksh" -a -r /etc/ksh.kshrc ; then
	if test -n "$restricted" ; then
	    readonly _HOMEKSHRC=true
	fi
	if test ! /etc/bash.bashrc -ef /etc/ksh.kshrc ; then
	    test -r /etc/bash.bashrc && . /etc/bash.bashrc
	fi
	if test -n "$ENV" -a "$ENV" != "$HOME/.kshrc" -a -z "$_HOMEKSHRC" ; then
	    # loop detection
	    readonly _HOMEKSHRC=true
	    test -r $HOME/.kshrc && . $HOME/.kshrc
	fi
    fi
fi
if test -n "$restricted" ; then
    PATH=/usr/lib/restricted/bin
    export PATH
fi

#
# An X session
#
case "$-" in
*i*)
    if test "$TERM" = "xterm" -a -O "$tty" -a -z "${SSH_TTY}" ; then
	echo "Directory: $PWD"
	# Last but not least
	date
    fi
esac

#
# End of /etc/profile
#