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LANG
The locale to use for the locale categories.
Note: QNX Neutrino currently supports only the POSIX (i.e., C) locale.
LC_TYPE
The locale for character classification, used by uniq to determine the characters constituting a blank in the current locale.
Note: QNX Neutrino currently supports only the POSIX (i.e., C) locale.
LDEMULATION
Specifies the linker emulation. For more information, see the Selecting the Target System appendix of the Utilities Reference.
LD_BIND_NOW
Affects lazy-load dependencies due to full symbol resolution. Typically, it forces the loading of all lazy-load dependencies (until all symbols have been resolved).
LD_DEBUG
A synonym for DL_DEBUG. If you set both DL_DEBUG and LD_DEBUG, then DL_DEBUG takes precedence.
LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT
The name of a file in which the dynamic linker writes its output. By default, output is written to stderr.
Note: For security reasons, the use of LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT with setuid binaries is disabled.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
A path to search for shared libraries for a native linker. For more information, see ld in the Utilities Reference.
LD_PRELOAD
A list of full paths to the shared libraries on an ELF system that you want to load before loading other libraries. Use a colon (:) to separate the libraries in this list. You can use this environment variable to add or change functionality when you run a program. For setuid or setgid ELF binaries, only libraries in the standard search directories that are also setuid will be loaded. See ld in the Utilities Reference, and dlopen() in the QNX Neutrino C Library Reference.
LD_RUN_PATH
A path to search for shared libraries on an ELF system. For more information, see ld in the Utilities Reference.
LD_TRAP_ON_ERROR
If this environment variable is set, the runtime linker faults instead of exiting on fatal errors, so that you can examine the core file that's generated.
LEASEEXPIRES
The dhcp.client passes this environment variable to the /etc/dhcp/dhcp-up script. It indicates the time at which the lease expires.
LEASEOBTAINED
The dhcp.client passes this environment variable to the /etc/dhcp/dhcp-up script. It indicates the time at which the lease was obtained.
LESS
Options that you want to pass to less automatically.
LESSEDIT
The editor prototype string (used for the v command in less).
LINES
The number of character lines on the screen.
LOCALDOMAIN
The local domain name. For more information, see res_init() in the C Library Reference.
LOGNAME
The userid you used to login; the same as USERNAME.