I am trying to modify the execution path on a FreeBSD system
for all the bash2 users on that system.  The man page says that 

>             default path is system-dependent, and is set by the
>             administrator who installs bash.  A common value is
>             ``/usr/gnu/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/ucb:/bin:/usr/bin:.''.

        How do I set, or in this case, reset it?  There are a number
of profiles and configuration files that look like they might work
such as login.conf, but I see no change in the $PATH I get and I
didn't run across anything in the port of bash that seemed to set a

        The path I do get is perfectly good, but I also want users to
get a shot at /usr/local/etc which isn't in the default path.

        Thanks a lot.  I almost think I am loosing my magic touch.  I
can't find the global PATH setter for bash2 anywhere.

Martin McCormick WB5AGZ  Stillwater, OK 
OSU Information Technology Division Network Operations Group
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