2-Minute Linux Tip: The env command

Use the env command to learn how to gather info about your shell environment on Linux.

When working in shell sessions on Linux, it is sometimes necessary to investigate the settings for that particular environment, and the env command can help with that.

In this 2-minute Linux Tip by Network World's  "Unix As A Second Language" blogger Sandra Henry-Stocker, learn how to use the env command to provide information about the shell environment and running commands in the altered environment.

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