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Yes. Though I highly recommend making liberal use of whitespaces, line breaks and include statements to increase readability - ultimately its up to you to skip line breaks where convenient - nginx only treats line breaks special to be able to point out the line where configuration parser errors occurred. nginx configuration files are nothing more than ...


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If you want to add a variable to for all users of your system, you add it in the /etc/environment. It is global environment file. You want to define variable for your current script only, you can use the path as a regular variable before the place where you have used the variable or you want to add the path as a variable, you can use export also.


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