In ksh on an old Solaris box I used: export PS1="$PWD $" to set the prompt to the current directory. It works great until you cd elsewhere, then you see that it's not evaluating PWD each time. I ...
I've the following variable : x="envVar" and 'envVar' is the one of my environment variable's name containing a path (of a folder by instance). So I'd like to do cd $x but it doesn't work. ...
How to export a variable which has dot in it. I get 'invalid variable name' when I tried : export my.home=/tmp/someDir -ksh: my.home=/tmp/someDir: invalid variable name Even escaping metacharacter ...
On the exact same machine (AIX 6.1), in 2 different login shells (both ksh), with different user IDs, I can do uname -M; in one shell I get the system model. In the other shell I get BLANK! The only ...
I am trying to store the name of list of files that contain 781 in their name. I will be using this list to perform some operations and after that I will delete this list. I have two options to do ...
I need to get rid of all the environment variables in a Ksh shell. I can fork a new instance, but it will inevitably source some init files (as far as I know .profile, .kshrc). Is there a way to ...