Common configuration file for all shells Unix gives the user the freedom to choose between different shells. Their is already a software available which allows setting of resource-limit in a shell-independant manner. It`s name is "lshell". Now, the idea behind it can be expanded at least to environment variables and other facilities which are inherited automatically to child processes The features of "lshell" are implemented into "metash", too. But, it uses a table in /etc/meta/limits instead of a somewhat cryptic.
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