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  • How Do I Assist Users Who Cannot Set Environment Variables? -- Answer
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  • Instruct users to perform the following action: -- Insure that the and openlink.csh files are executable.; -- Run . ./ in a Bourne and/or a Bash shell. ; -- Run source openlink.csh in a C shell, if the problem persists. ; -- Set the variables--contained within the shell scripts--manually, if the problem persists. Users do not want to set variables on the command line. However, this may be a temporary solution to an environment variables problem. Remind users that some systems accept the following syntax: export ODBCINI=/usr/openlink/bin/odbc.ini . However, some systems prefer this syntax: set ODBCINI=/usr/openlink/bin/odbc.ini;export ODBCINI . When in doubt, consult the man pages or another Unix reference.
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