I have a set of environment variables, which is created with a shell script
config called from my
Having a new user
www-data running a local webserver (with
lighttpd), I need it to benefit from those environment variables. More specifically, the webserver runs
php scripts which need them.
Therefore, I would like to move the call to
config into a general file.
Reading the Ubuntu documentation related to environment variables, I tried to:
/etc/profile.d/config.sh, but when running the webserver scripts, the
$VARvariable is not accessible.
/etc/bash.bashrc, but same issue
=> How can I share an environment variable between different unix users if I cannot make them logout (like
Moreover, I need this environment to be loaded regularely (in case the configuration changes).
=> How can I be sure that the webserver
php scripts are using the correct environment variables, without having to load the
config inside every script?