Your environment (env) isn’t the same environment you get when you ssh into a machine. It isn’t even the same environment you get when you rlogin into the same machine. Consider [sourcdcode language=”bash”]ssh host env[/sourcecode]. The list is much shorter.
To add to the ssh environment, modify
on the target host and add in the properties:
Then turn on the ability to have a user defined ssh environment by modifying
Change “PermitUserEnvironment no” to “… yes”. You will then need to bounce the ssh service. It looks like the following commands should work:
/etc/init.d/sshd [restart | start | stop]
sheltonn January 11th, 2011