How can I set envirment variable when boot from live CD??
Does annybody knows an easy way to set environment variable when I can't save changes into hard disk?
I start linux from live-CD of LFS, so I can't save changes when modifing
an evironment variable. Now I know I can use command 'export' to modify an
environment variable from shell, but I can't write it into a script file, and I
must type such commands a lot of times to set all of my environment variables when I reboot my computer.
(When I run the script containing command 'export PATH=/bin', the environment
variable PATH will not be set appropriately)
I find the answer now, I write a script file like this:
ln -s $LFS/tools/ /tools
and use command 'source' to run the script file.
I remember reading someplace, maybe on the Livecd site, somebody had some scripts for running when you leave and come back.
Maybe it was in the hints section.
thank you very much
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