Hi Guys (and Gals)
I am just trying to find out if there is a way to set the default "login directory" when you login as root under a Debian system.
For this to be a clearer topic I will provide more information below:
System: Debian bare-bones (customized), no GUI - just a console based system.
Issue: When I log in as root, before I can begin to do any work I need to type:
If I don't I can't view, for example, my "/tftpboot" folder where my PXE setup is currently located
Request: Is there any way that I can have it that when I login as "Root" that I no longer need to type that so that I can just get into work.
I know it's not really a big deal to type this but doing it every time gets quiet annoying specially when I'm rebooting multiple times a day for testing reasons.