NAME environment variable: what is this for?
Hi, in my ubuntu WSL shell the "NAME" environment variable is set to my hostname.
user@myhost:~$ env | grep NAME
user@myhost:~$ cat /etc/hostname
As far as I know, NAME is not a "standard" variable in unix-like environments.
This is causing me troubles with examples makefiles from the book "Test-Driven Development for Embedded C" by James Grenning. (It took me a while to figure out ...)
I'd like to know where this is set and if it is possible to disable it or update it to a less generic name.
I searched in /etc and .bash* but could not find anything.