setting ENV vars during boot?

setting ENV vars during boot?

Post by Martin Bro » Thu, 26 Mar 1998 04:00:00

I'd like to be able to make an environmental var assignment
(DBROOT=/usr/local/adabas) during the boot process so that all daemons and
users will have it.  Is this possible?  Where would I put the assignment?


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1. Referencing an env var from an env var

I am trying to reference an environment variable from within an
environment variable.

    echo $"$x"

    gives me $HOME and not /home/paul
    echo $x

    gives me $HOME and not /home/paul

I could write a c program that would use getenv recursively, but it
would me more aesthetically pleasing to use a (simple ?) shell command.
Is there anything I'm missing, or am I attempting the impossible ?

I am using ksh on HP-UX 10.20

Please email any thoughts as well as posting them.  Thanks

Paul Graves

EDS Electronic Commerce
Cheadle, Cheshire, UK

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