[clug] Braindead shell?
ross.w.beveridge at hp.com
Wed Mar 24 06:40:47 GMT 2004
su - user -c [command]
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Sent: Wednesday, 24 March 2004 17:20
To: Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au
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Subject: Re: [clug] Braindead shell?
cron starts with an empty environment
You can set environment variables in crontab itself such as:
00 * * * * echo :)
Hope this helps
> So I have a Perl script that works perfectly when run from my login,
> but it complains bitterly when run in cron where it can't find stuff
> like FlexLM and Oracle.
> Is there an easy means of (temporarily) nuking PATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH,
> ORACLE_HOME and all the other assumed variables within an xterm? That
> is, easier than writing another script to un-set and re-set them?
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