Cannot get ORAENV to work

I am setting up a test database on a Linux server.
I have ORAENV_ASK=NO set in my .profile from my login directory.
I also have the following line in my /etc/oratab

When I run oraenv TEST it will still prompt me to enter ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_HOME.

I thought if I passed the ORACLE_SID in the command it would find the HOME in the oratab and set both variables and the path

What am I doing wrong?
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If I remember correctly, oraenv does not accept a parameter, it operates in one of two ways:

1) fully interactive, it will ask you the ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_HOME (which is what it is doing to you)
2) with ORACLE_SID set, oraenv sets the ORACLE_HOME

In the "as-is" script, this to me has always been half-thought out by Oracle, and I would have written the script to perform as you specified... but unfortunately, they didn't ask me first :)
Try this...

.  /usr/local/bin/oraenv 2>/dev/null

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