Fedora linux - environment variables updates when the system reboots

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asked Feb 20, 2016 by vientos_Mil (1,540 points)
I updated my PYTHONPATH variable in bash_profileBut changes take place when I reboot machine.

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answered May 9, 2016 by Neimeyer (560 points)

RHN (or other distro vendors) provides Linux kernel security updates.
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answered May 9, 2016 by antonio_Whe (490 points)

Use the command dircolors to list the system default.
Shell environment variables: TZ: Time Zone i.
Only root can change system clock.
I also came across http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialSysAdmin.html and wonder if this can be used at all here in some way
commented May 10, 2016 by Wendorf (1,130 points)
Yum Groups:Groups go beyond packages and dependancies
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answered May 9, 2016 by For_4412 (220 points)
For a complete reference go to http://www.telestax.com/understanding-jboss-and-java-environment-variables/ I suggest you read it
Here is some reference
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answered May 9, 2016 by ambroziak (530 points)
You can see my source code here Upstart Intro, Cookbook and Best Practises second way is by using two stack
commented May 10, 2016 by vg_880_uniqu (190 points)
Note: The script /etc/cron
commented May 10, 2016 by Dematos (200 points)
See YoLinux web server tutorial for configuration information
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answered May 9, 2016 by though (220 points)
The page Ksplice: Upgrade / Patch Your Linux Kernel Without Reboots was very helpful in figuring out how to do this
Hope it works for you guys
commented May 9, 2016 by modin (500 points)
Microsoft OS's use local time
commented May 11, 2016 by nqqof (180 points)
Along with all above answer i would like to add this point too. Think carefully about the type to be used for a variable
commented May 11, 2016 by costantini (980 points)
That fixed the problem for me

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