Reference to ~/.profile
Under Dropbox#Context_menu_entries_in_file_manager_do_not_work there is a reference to editing
~/.profile. I believe it would work for Bash but not for zsh as far as I can work out, but
~/bash_rc would seem to be better. The file did not exist when I attempted to edit it, meaning I went to poke around.
Start_X_at_Login has an expansion of the different files that the reference to
~/.profile might mean. It is complicated but demonstrates the information missing from this reference.
~/.profile is correct, then it should take a note saying 'if the file does not exist, create it'. If it is not correct, then a list of different shells and their
~/.profile equivalents would help comprehension.
- Actually, this is described in Environment variables, I have added a link to that page into Dropbox#Context_menu_entries_in_file_manager_do_not_work. See if it helps. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 19:22, 14 March 2014 (UTC)