am a new shell user. How do I print or list environment variables on Linux and Unix-like operating system using shell prompt? In Linux and Unix, how can I print values of all my environment variables?
How do I display all my environment variables using bash shell on RHEL / Debian / Ubuntu / CentOS / Fedora / Mint Linux operating systems?
I‘ve recently started to use FreeBSD operating system with tcsh (c shell clone) shell. I noticed that both set and setenv command set shell user environment. What’s the difference between the SET and SETENV commands?
Bash shell is used for various purposes under Linux. How do I customize the shell environment variable under Linux operating systems?
y development and testing webserver is used by over 100s of users. These users login from Windows XP, Linux, Mac OS X system via ssh. How do I set or automatically log users out after a period of inactivity under CentOS Linux server to improve server security and save some resources?
Q. How do I display shell environment settings under FreeBSD operating systems?
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ow do I add a new path to $PATH variable under Linux and UNIX like operating system? What is my path, and how do I set or modify it using csh/tcsh or bash/ksh/sh shell?