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dtenvvar(file formats)					dtenvvar(file formats)

NAME
       dtenvvar	-- CDE environment variables

DESCRIPTION
       The  CDE	 desktop sets up and uses a number of environment variables to
       find certain files and do certain things. Components tied into CDE then
       use these environment variables to locate specific types	of files.  En-
       vironment variables used	within the CDE desktop are:

       CEPATH	 Used by ToolTalk when in  Classing  Engine  mode,  where  the
		 Classing Engine where to find the databases.  Refer to	ttses-
		 sion(1) and tt_type_comp(1) for more information.

       COLUMNS	 Set by	the terminal emulator.	Refer to  dtterm(1)  for  more
		 information.

       DISPLAY	 Is  set  to the associated display name.  Refer to dtlogin(1)
		 and ttsession(1) for more information.

       DTAPPSEARCHPATH
		 Used to search	for Application	Manager	 applications.	 Refer
		 to dtappgather(1) and dtsearchpath(1) for more	information.

       DTDATABASESEARCHPATH
		 Used to collect filetype and action definitions, as expressed
		 in *.dt files.	 Refer to dtsearchpath(1), dtaction(1),	 dtac-
		 tionfile(4), and dtdtsfile(4) for more	information.

       DTHELPSEARCHPATH
		 System	 specified variable used to locate desktop help	files.
		 Refer to dtsearchpath(1) and dthelpgen(1) for	more  informa-
		 tion.

       DTHELPUSERSEARCHPATH
		 User  specified  variable  used to locate desktop help	files.
		 Refer to dtsearchpath(1) and dthelpgen(1) for	more  informa-
		 tion.

       DTINFOLIBSEARCHPATH
		 Used  by  dtinfo to locate information	libraries on local and
		 remote	mounted	systems. Refer to dtsearchpath(1) and  dtinfo-
		 gen(1)	for more information.

       DTINFOLIBDEFAULT
		 Used by dtinfo	to identify the	default	information library(s)
		 to load if the	-l or -sect option is not specified.  Multiple
		 information  libraries	 can be	specified by a comma separated
		 list. By default, DTINFOLIBDEFAULT is initialized to the  CDE
		 infolib cde.

       DTMOUNTPOINT
		 Used  to  set the name	of the file system's mount point, such
		 as '/nfs' or '/net'.  Refer to	dtspcd(1m) and dtsearchpath(1)
		 for more information.

       DTPRINTCWD
		 If  set to an existing, usable	directory, this	setting	causes
		 dtlp(1) to execute the	lp command pipeline from  that	direc-
		 tory.	 By  default,  this setting uses the current directory
		 from which dtlp(1) is invoked.	 Refer to dtlp(1) for more in-
		 formation.

       DTPRINTFILEREMOVE
		 Remove	the file after printing	it.  This functionality	is in-
		 tended	for temporary files generated by  components  such  as
		 the Text Editor and Help system files that don't need to per-
		 sist beyond the act of	printing.  Value must be True or False
		 (case	is  ignored).  Default is False.  Refer	to dtlp(1) for
		 more information.

       DTPRINTSILENT
		 Print the file	silently, without posting  the	PRINT  dialog.
		 Value	must  be  True or False	(case is ignored).  Default is
		 False.	 Refer to dtlp(1) for more information.

       DTPRINTUSERFILENAME
		 Use this value	as the name of file as it should appear	in the
		 PRINT	dialog.	  Default is print_file.  Refer	to dtlp(1) for
		 more information.

       DTSCREENSAVERLIST
		 Used to set the default desktop  screen  saver	 action	 list.
		 Used  by dtstyle(1) to	determine the list of available	screen
		 savers.  Refer	to dtstyle(1) for more information.

       DTSPSYSAPPHOSTS
		 Used by system	administrators as an input to  dtsearchpath(1)
		 to  create  the  DTAPPSEARCHPATH environment variable.	 It is
		 the primary environment variable  and	drives	the  remaining
		 search	 paths	for  filetypes and actions, for	desktop	icons,
		 and for help files.  Refer to	dtappgather(1)	and  dtsearch-
		 path(1) for more information.

       DTSPSYSDATABASEHOSTS
		 Used  by system administrators	as an input to dtsearchpath to
		 create	the DTDATABASESEARCHPATH environment variable.	 Refer
		 to dtsearchpath(1) for	more information.

       DTSPSYSHELP
		 Used  by system administrators	as an input to dtsearchpath to
		 create	the DTHELPSEARCHPATH environment variable.   Refer  to
		 dtsearchpath(1) for more information.

       DTSPSYSICON
		 Used  by system administrators	as an input to dtsearchpath to
		 create	the XMICONSEARCHPATH and  XMICONBMSEARCHPATH  environ-
		 ment  varables.   Refer  to dtsearchpath(1) for more informa-
		 tion.

       DTSPUSERAPPHOSTS
		 Used by end users as an input to dtsearchpath to  create  the
		 DTAPPSEARCHPATH   environment	 variable.   Refer  to	dtapp-
		 gather(1) and dtsearchpath(1) for more	information.

       DTSPUSERDATABASEHOSTS
		 Used by end users as an input to dtsearchpath to  create  the
		 DTDATABASESEARCHPATH  environment  variable.	Refer  to  dt-
		 searchpath(1) for more	information.

       DTSPUSERHELP
		 Used by end users as an input to  dtsearchpath(1)  to	create
		 the  DTHELPSEARCHPATH	environment  variable.	 Refer	to dt-
		 searchpath for	more information.

       DTSPUSERICON
		 Used by end users as an input to  dtsearchpath(1)  to	create
		 the XMICONSEARCHPATH and XMICONBMSEARCHPATH environment vari-
		 ables.	 Refer to dtsearchpath(1) for more information.

       DTSROCFPATH
		 Used by the DtSearchInit function to locate the  default  API
		 configuration ocf file. If the	ocf_file argument is NULL, Dt-
		 SearchInit looks for an ocf file with a base name  of	either
		 dtsearch.ocf or austext.ocf in	the directory specified	by DT-
		 SROCFPATH, in the current working directory, or in  the  HOME
		 directory, in that order.

       DTTAGOPT	 Used by dthelptag(1). Refer to	dthelptag(1) for more informa-
		 tion.

       DTUSERSESSION
		 Used to control the location of the end  user's  subdirectory
		 where	the  Application Manager will be rooted.  Also used by
		 the Help system to store data on a  per  user-session-display
		 basis.	 Refer to dtappgather(1) or dthelpview(1) for more in-
		 formation.

       EDITOR	 Is set	to /usr/local/dt/bin/dtpad  Refer  to  dtlogin(1)  for
		 more information.

       HOME	 Is  set  to  the  home	directory of the user.	Refer to dtlo-
		 gin(1)	and dtmail(1) for more information.

       KBD_LANG	 Is set	to the value of	LANG for applicable languages.	 Refer
		 to dtlogin(1) for more	information.

       LANG	 Is  set to the	current	NLS language (if any).	Refer to dtlo-
		 gin(1)	for more information.

       LC_ALL	 Is set	to the current NLS language (if	any).  Refer to	 dtlo-
		 gin(1)	for more information.

       LC_MESSAGES
		 Is  set to the	current	NLS language (if any).	Refer to dtlo-
		 gin(1)	for more information.

       LINES	 Set by	the terminal emulator.	Refer to  dtterm(1)  for  more
		 information.

       LOGNAME	 Is set	to the user name.  Refer to dtlogin(1) for more	infor-
		 mation.

       LPDEST	 Set the printer destination for the file.  Refer  to  dtlp(1)
		 for more information.

       MAIL	 Is set	to /var/mail/$USER (system dependent).	Refer to dtlo-
		 gin(1)	for more information.

       MAILRC	 Used by dtmail(1) as the mailer's startup file.  Refer	to dt-
		 mail(1) for more information.

       MANPATH	 The  dtsearchpath(1) utility appends /usr/local/dt/man	to it.
		 Refer to dtsearchpath(1) for more information.

       NLSPATH	 Determine the location	of message catalogues for the process-
		 ing of	LC_MESSAGES. Refer to dtterm(1)	for more information.

       PATH	 Is set	to the value of	the userPath resource.	Refer to dtlo-
		 gin(1)	for more information.

       SHELL	 Is set	to the user's default shell (from /etc/passwd).	 Refer
		 to dtlogin(1) and dtterm(1) for more information.

       TERM	 Is set	to dtterm the default CDE terminal emulator.  Refer to
		 dtterm(1) and dtlogin(1) for more information.

       TERMINAL_EMULATOR
		 Set by	the terminal emulator.	Refer to dtterm(1))  for  more
		 information.

       TTPATH	 Used  by  ToolTalk.   It  tells  ToolTalk  where  to find the
		 ToolTalk types	database when in XDR mode.   Refer  to	ttses-
		 sion(1) for more information.

       TTSESSION_CMD
		 This  specifies  the shell command to be used by all ToolTalk
		 clients for auto-starting ttsession.  Refer  to  ttsession(1)
		 for more information.

       TT_ARG_TRACE_WIDTH
		 Used  by ToolTalk.  It	specifies the number of	bytes of argu-
		 ment and context values to write when in trace	 mode.	 Refer
		 to ttsession(1) for more information.

       TT_FILE	 Set by	ttsession when it invokes a tool to receive a message.
		 Refer to ttsession(1) for more	information.

       TT_SESSION
		 The ttsession utility uses this varible  to  communicate  its
		 session  ID  to  the  tools  that it starts.  Refer to	ttses-
		 sion(1) for more information.

       TT_TOKEN	 Used to inform	the ToolTalk client library that it  has  been
		 invoked  by ttsession.	 Refer to ttsession(1) for more	infor-
		 mation.

       TT_TRACE_SCRIPT
		 If set, tells libtt to	turn on	client-side tracing as	speci-
		 fied  in the trace script Refer to tttrace(1) for more	infor-
		 mation.

       TZ	 Is set	to the value of	the timeZone resource  or  system  de-
		 fault.	 Refer to dtlogin(1) for more information.

       USER	 Is set	to the user name.  Refer to dtlogin(1) for more	infor-
		 mation.

       WINDOWID	 Set by	the terminal emulator.	Refer to  dtterm(1)  for  more
		 information.

       XAPPLRESDIR
		 Specifies  the	 name of a directory that contains application
		 specific resources.  Refer to dtterm(1) and dtwm(1) for  more
		 information.

       XAUTHORITY
		 May  be  set  to  an authority	file.  Refer to	dtlogin(1) for
		 more information.

       XENVIRONMENT
		 Specifies the name of a resource file with user-  or  machine
		 specific  resources.  Refer to	dtterm(1) and dtwm(1) for more
		 information.

       XFILESEARCHPATH
		 Defines a language-dependent location of app-defaults.	 Refer
		 to dtterm(1) and dtwm(1) for more information.

       XMICONSEARCHPATH
		 Used  to  locate desktop icons.  Refer	to dtsearchpath(1) for
		 more information.

       XMICONBMSEARCHPATH
		 Used to locate	bitmap (2 color) desktop icons.	 Refer to  dt-
		 searchpath(1) for more	information.

       XMODIFIER Specifies  which input	method to use.	Refer to dtterm(1) for
		 more information.

SEE ALSO
       dtaction(1),   dtactionfile(4),	 dtappgather(1),    dtappintegrate(1),
       dtcm(1),	  dthelpgen(1),	  dthelptag(1),	  dthelpview(1),   dtlogin(1),
       dtlp(1),	dtsearchpath(1),  dtspcd(1m),  dtstyle(1),  dtterm(1),	dtdts-
       file(4),	dtwm(1), tt_type_comp(1), ttsession(1),	tttrace(1).

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