Regarding the Cygwin Environment variables
Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Fri Apr 27 21:57:00 GMT 2007
Pandare, Prasad wrote:
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>> Subject: Re: Regarding the Cygwin Environment variables
>> Pandare, Prasad wrote:
>>> I have installed latest cygwin software on windows XP.
>>> When I run C:\cygwin\cygwin.bat file then I run following command
>>> command prompt:
>>> I get whole set of environment variables those are there in windows
>>> operating system.
>>> But when I do ssh firstname.lastname@example.org with correct password then it
>>> different set of environment variables.
>>> The JAVA_HOME,ANT_HOME,DB2TEMPDIR environement variables are no more
>>> Please advise as why this is there.
>>> Is this bug in cygwin?
>>> What is alternative to this problem?
>> It is working as intended by the folks who bring you OpenSSH. See the
>> previous discussions on this list and theirs if you want more details.
>> If you need more of your environment, the solution is to add whatever
>> variables you want to your shell rc file (.bashrc for 'bash') or to
>> another file and source it from there.
> Hi folks,
> As I am new to UNIX and cygwin and stuck badly due to this environment
> Any suggestion to get me through(except manually setting them in .sh
> file) is welcome
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>> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>> Q: Why is top posting annoying in email?
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