Default list of exported variables in sh(1) - $HOSTNAME
Brian A. Seklecki
bseklecki at collaborativefusion.com
Mon Dec 29 20:12:35 UTC 2008
> > SSH_CONNECTION
> > FTP_PASSIVE_MODE
> > EDITOR
> I suspect linux to set them from .profile files (even /etc/profile) and not
> hardcoded in a shell or login program. The default skeletons
You were right to some extent. However, the problem is more
complicated (or less complicated, depending).
First, FreeBSD's default php.ini doesn't have:
$variables_order = "EGPCS", so $ENV array wasn't getting popualted at
Second, Apache FreeBSD RC scripts inherit the user environment from
sudo(8) unless you pass -H or -i flag/args
% sudo -H -i -u root /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 restart
$ su -
$ /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 restart
Result in completely different results in PHP's $_ENV
Additionally, the results of "$ su -" differ completely from the shell
environment that executes when rc(8) is first run at boot time.
I may be better off using getenv() in PHP directly.
> in /usr/share/skel on FreeBSD does not set them. Neither
> does /etc/login.conf.
> I would set it in /etc/profile.
Brian A. Seklecki <bseklecki at collaborativefusion.com>
Collaborative Fusion, Inc.
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