[TriLUG] RH 7.2 bash 2.05.8(1) whacked?
jeremyp at pobox.com
Mon Feb 4 17:24:05 EST 2002
On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, Joseph C. Tuttle wrote:
> Ok, I've been disliking this case insensitivity ever since loading Red Hat
> 7.x the first time, but I just didn't know what to do to change it to case
> sensitive, which I had gotten truly used to and now prefer. It seems I might
> have seen a mention of this on one of the Red Hat lists, but it has been long
> So, exposing my ignorance, where do I change the LC_COLLATE setting to C, if
> that is the way to get case sensitivity back?
If you use bash, you can set it system-wide in /etc/bashrc .
You can set it on a per-user basis in ~/.bashrc .
This is true for any environment variable. The syntax is
for bash and other sh-compatible shells.
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