Sun Jan 18 16:07:00 GMT 1998
> Obviously it does not "keep" the exported variable but it also sets it all
>wrong! Where did the "//d/cygnus/b18/tcl/bin:" part come from??? I am at a
>total loss here. When I export variables, they should always be global, am I
>right? Any ideas or fixes?
Cygbus bash behaves like Unix systems do, i.e. you can only change your
current variables, if you "source" you .bashrc.
Call it with ". ~/.bashrc" and it will set your variables as you want.
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