Setting an Environment Variable from a shell script
Posted on 2002-04-11
I have been given a good reason why this is impossible but I seem to remmber that I have seen it done some where. If you know how I can do this let me know otherwise just insult me and be done.
esentially I want to setenv JUNK /ORANGE/Dogs run the script and then echo $JUNK and see the path on the command line. shell script doesn't matter.
Have tried borne, korn, perl, tcsh, csh.
If I am not missing something can I do what I want with a C or Java executable