Chapter 14: Installation
To set up your software environment
To set environment variables
The following instructions show you how to set these variables at the UNIX
prompt. Modify your ".profile", ".login", or ".vueprofile" file if you wish these
environment variables to be set when you log in.
• Set the DISPLAY environment variable.
• Set the HP64000 environment variable.
• Set the PATH environment variable to include the usr/hp64000/bin directory.
• Set the MANPATH environment variable.
For the ksh login shell (most HP systems), set a variable by entering
For the csh login shell (most Sun systems), set a variable by entering
setenv <variable> <value>
The DISPLAY environment variable must be set before the debugger's
graphical interface will start. Consult the X Window documentation supplied
with the UNIX system documentation for an explanation of the DISPLAY
Set the HP64000 environment variable if you installed the software in a
directory other than "/usr/hp64000" (that is, if you told the installation script
to use a path other than "/").
Modify the PATH environment variable to include the $HP64000/bin
directory and the HP64_DEBUG_PATH environment variable to specify
Modify the MANPATH environment variable to include the $HP64000/man
directory. This directory contains the on-line "man" page information.
For information on setting the location of C source files, see page 78.