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Solaris Modular Debugger Guide
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Environment Variables

The following environment variables are supported:

HISTSIZE

This variable is used to determine the maximum length of the command history list. If this variable is not present, the default length is 128.

HOME

This variable is used to determine the pathname of the user's home directory, where a .mdbrc file may reside. If this variable is not present, no .mdbrc processing will occur.

SHELL

This variable is used to determine the pathname of the shell used to process shell escapes requested using the ! meta-character. If this variable is not present, /bin/sh is used.

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