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comment Why doesn't my environment variable get set?
@kmarsh My example matches the syntax VARIABLE [DEFAULT=[value]] [OVERRIDE=[value]] at manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/hardy/man5/pam_env.conf.5.html. This explains the space before DEFAULT.
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comment Why doesn't my environment variable get set?
@Gili My example matches the syntax VARIABLE [DEFAULT=[value]] [OVERRIDE=[value]] at the link you posted. Note that I'm using ${} rather than @{} to refer to HOME and PATH because they are environment variables.
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comment Why doesn't my environment variable get set?
My home folder is not encrypted.
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comment Why do I get duplicated entries in my $PATH?
It looks like pam_env.so is actually loaded in both auth and session. See the output of "grep "pam_env *" in /etc/pam.d at filedropper.com/etc-pamd. What can I do about this duplication?
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comment Why do I get duplicated entries in my $PATH?
Which file should I examine in /etc/pam.d?
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