Oliver Fromme wrote:
This is the last bit of the puzzle. It does indeed print environment
variables set with 'env VAR=foo prog' but as I've now understood from
previous replies the program doesn't set variables, it uses them if they
are already set, otherwise uses defaults.
Chris Whitehouse wrote:
> sysutils/fusefs-ntfs/files/README.FreeBSD refers to various environment
> variables, eg UBLIO_BLOCKSIZE and others. How do I find out what they
> are set to? set and printenv don't find them. I'm using standard csh and
> FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE, fuse.ko is loaded and ntfs-3g works except it
> seems very slow.
The "env" command prints the environment variables of your
current shell (should work with any shell).
To view the environment variables of another process, use
something like "ps -ewwp 1234" (1234 being the PID number).
This requires PROCFS to be mounted on /proc.
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