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bio website fastpace.info
location Israel
age 37
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Nov 16 at 12:44

Love my family, love life, love to save time, love to spend time and spending too much time deciding on what love should I spend time.

[http://fastpace.info, https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AlikElzin/posts]


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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comment How to change environment variables without re-logging to UI?
@user1129682 The problem is changing an environment variable in the GUI session and make everything behave as if you re-logged-in - from that point on - without re-logging-in.
Jul
22
comment How to change environment variables without re-logging to UI?
@EmanuelBerg: I'm talking about defining new variables so that when running a new app or non-login shell - they'll get the new defined variables. Again, without logging out and back into UI.
Jul
21
comment How to change environment variables without re-logging to UI?
As user1129682 wrote in one of the answers below: This may change the environment of the current shell process, yes, but it does not change the environment of other running processes, especially the running gui.
Jul
21
comment How to change environment variables without re-logging to UI?
Gnome and Unity(i think) - Default Ubunutu 11.10. How can I check this?
Jul
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asked How to change environment variables without re-logging to UI?
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asked Run in root shell from within a user bash script
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