I'm relatively new to using Linux and just recently had a very interesting request to assists testing at the company I work for. Testers tests application through terminal commands and separate which product line they are testing by using separate terminals. Sometimes PATHing can cause issues here as several executable are not uniquely named and the applications fork to relative paths. In this regard I would like to create a script that users/testers can run that sets environment variables that are local to each terminal session and can define the specific executables that should run when called. Is there a universal way in Linux to do this? THANKS IN ADVANCE!!
You cannot do this with an ordinary script — users must use the