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|All of IOT Starting with the Latest Raspberry Pi from Beginner to Advanced – Volume 1|
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Original Book Contents
10.3.2 Applied Priority of Profile
When the system is started and a particular user logs on, what is applied to the system is the final result of the various profiles integrated according to their priority. By default, the local profile has priority over the global profile, and the application profile has a higher priority than the user profile.
The applied priority is that the above has a higher priority as shown below.
If multiple profiles have the same entry, the one in the later profile will override the value in the previous profile, and the last one will be applied to the system. That is, the local profile overrides the global profile, and the application profile overrides the user profile.
The profiles used in the standard Bash are summarized as follows:
■ Global profile
■ Global user profile -- /etc/profile file
■ Global application profile -- /etc/bash.bashrc file
■ Local profile
■ Local user profile -- /home/pi/.profile file
■ Local application profile -- /home/pi/.bashrc file