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location of .profile in mac os x

Posted on 2011-03-09
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location for .profile in mac os x is
/Users/<username>/.profile
but i want to do it for all the users.
where is location of .profile fo all the users. so that i do chagne at one place and its done for everybody?
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I am not fully understand your question.  But i guess you are asking where is the profile folder that all users have access to .

it's is
Users/Shared/Profile

It might or might not work depends on what you want to change.  Please give us more info if this is not the answer you are looking for.  
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