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Variables and shell environment

Variables and shell environment: Linux: Shells and Processes
Variables and shell environment: Linux: Shells and Processes

The Bash shell holds environment and shell variables. These variables set important environmental data for the shell. They also allow the environment to be modified and inherited by other processes. Learn how to set and unset variables, how to make shell variables into environmental variables, and how to clear these variables as well.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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