If this variable is set, its content will be interpreted as path to
the user's home directory. When looking for hsc.prefs, a
lib/hsc.prefs will be added to this value, and before
this also a directory separator (e.g. a slash (``
/'')), if necessary.
This variable specifies the directory where hsc.prefs
(see also Syntax Definition) is located.
Example: After a
setenv HSCPATH work:hschsc will look for work:hsc/hsc.prefs.
Within several messages, hsc refers to the user as a ``jerk''. This happens if you are using features which are only supported by some special browsers. Some people say they are forced by their employer to use those features, and therefore feel insulted by hsc.As a solution, you can store the amount of your monthly payment in this variable:
setenv HSCSALARY 1000After this, hsc will stop calling you a ``jerk''. Instead, it will now use the term ``prostitute''.
setenv ftp_proxy http://192.168.1.42(AmigaShell).