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A set of dynamic variables that can affect the running processes behavior and access to resources.

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.bashrc is an initialization file for interactive non login bash instances, I doubt whatever is setup there has ever been taken into account by gmrun when not launched from such a shell instance. If …
answered Jul 30 '13 by AProgrammer
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Depending on what you want, env -i PATH="$(getconf PATH)" HOME="$HOME" USER="$USER" SHELL="$SHELL" "$SHELL" -lc "your command" would try to reset a default environment for your shell. You can also …
answered Nov 11 '13 by AProgrammer
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Things are a little more complex than just what your shell provides. There are three main ways to login: login from a true terminal (nowadays, mainly the console) login from a pseudo-terminal (main …
answered Sep 23 '11 by AProgrammer
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Three methods: set (and export) the variable before launching mvn set the variable on the nohup launch: FORMAVEN=valueForMaven nohup $COMMAND > logfile use env to set the variable COMMAND="env FO …
answered Sep 7 '16 by AProgrammer