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Bash Scripts for FreeBSD

Anyone know of a good resource for shell scripts?  

I'd like to get a script to use as my .profile which already has some of the stuff I'd like (paths, prompts, etc.), and then further tweak it with stuff specific to my system.
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Zoplax
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IainHereCommented:
I don't think I understand the question.  Are you only looking for a sample .profile?  Well, there is one here

http://www.utstat.toronto.edu/utstat/sample.profile

it is not specific to FreeBSD, but bsh is bsh is bsh.  The reason I think I might be missing a trick is that there should be a default .profile, copied from /etc/profile (I think), every time you add a new user.  Anything on top of that would be specific to your machine and user, which is why it is not included in the default one.

A shell script is not the same thing as a login script.  Login scripts set preferences, shell scripts are treated like programs.  You can put scripting into your profile, but it is not usually done.  

Examples of shell scripts: http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/unixhelp/scrpt/scrpt2.x.html
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ZoplaxAuthor Commented:
Thanks; that example will work well as a starting point for my .profile.
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