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4.5.2 Per-user configuration file (.dejagnurc)

The per-user configuration file is named .dejagnurc in the user’s home directory. It is used to customize the behaviour of runtest for each user – typically the user’s preference for log verbosity, and for storing any experimental Tcl procedures. An example ~/.dejagnurc file looks like:

Example .dejagnurc

set all_flag 1
set RLOGIN /usr/ucb/rlogin
set RSH /usr/local/sbin/ssh

Here all_flag is set so that I see all the test cases that PASS along with the ones that FAIL. I also set RLOGIN to the BSD (non-Kerberos) version. I also set RSH to the SSH secure shell, as rsh is mostly used to test Unix machines within a local network.