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I'm confused with setting variables in /etc/env.d directory. When I write "echo $PATH" from user - it's print me all variables that set it myself. But from root I see one... Where should I set variables for root?

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You should set ROOTPATH instead of PATH in your /etc/env.d/* files.

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