Problem to run command

Posted on 2014-08-06
Last Modified: 2016-02-11
I go to Terminal within FreeBSD, and have got this. Any advice?

setenv: not found

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Question by:HuaMinChen
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    try to run bash command first. maybe your default shell is something else
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    Accepted Solution

    setenv is csh & tcsh syntax

    In bash,
    export PACKAGEROOT

    or just
    export PACKAGEROOT=
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    Author Comment

    what is the proper way to enable Unicode code like Chinese on the browser, called Epiphany?

    I do run this

    huamin@:~ % setenv PACKAGEROOT
    huamin@:~ %

    but after that, I still cannot see Chinese on browser. why?
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    by:Gerwin Jansen
    @HuaMinChen - That is a different question. You should close this one and open a new one.

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