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Linux Tutorial Glossary - environment

environment

The settings and values that control the way you work on the system. These include the shell you use, your home and current directories, and your user and groups IDs. There are also a set of variables called environment variables that contain many of these settings and values.

account   alias   environment variable   group   home directory   path   prompt   search path   shell   shell variable   user account   login shell  

References:

Shells and Utilities -> Shell Variables -> Shell Variables
Shells and Utilities -> Permissions -> Permissions
Shells and Utilities -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters
Shells and Utilities -> Interpreting the Command -> Interpreting the Command
Shells and Utilities -> Different Kinds of Shells -> Different Kinds of Shells
Shells and Utilities -> Command Line Editing -> Command Line Editing
Editing Files -> Editing Files
Basic Administration -> User Accounts -> User Accounts
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Capabilities
Basic Administration -> cron -> cron
Basic Administration -> User Communication -> User Communication
Basic Administration -> Webmin -> Webmin
The Computer Itself -> Hard Disks -> Hard Disks
The Computer Itself -> Printers -> Printers
Networking -> TCP-IP -> The Domain Name System -> The Domain Name System
Networking -> NFS -> NFS
System Monitoring -> Big Brother -> Big Brother
Security -> The Network
The Operating System -> Software Basics -> Kernel Data Structures
  




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