configure ash to execute /etc/profile by default

rouble r.ouble at
Tue Jan 25 21:45:32 UTC 2011

Busybox gurus,

Is there anyway to get ash to execute /etc/profile by default without
having to use the -l flag?

If there isn't a configurable way to do this, any ideas on the best
way to change the code to do this are appreciated.


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