Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 48482
efunnv to list bash environment variables?
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:34:37 EDT
On page 180 of the Red Hat Linux 7.1 Getting Started Guide, we instruct the
user to use the command:
to list the bash environment variables. This is a meaningless command --
the actual command is:
We should probably fix this. :) It is also present here:
I inherited that one! I swear!
Thanks. It's fixed.
The link above still instructs users type "efunnv" to list bash environment.