meyquel meyquel - 5 months ago 21
Linux Question

TERM environment variable not set

I have a file.sh with this, when run show : TERM environment variable not set.

smbmount //172.16.44.9/APPS/Interfas/HERRAM/sc5 /mnt/siscont5 -o
iocharset=utf8,username=backup,password=backup2011,r

if [ -f /mnt/siscont5/HER.TXT ]; then
echo "No puedo actualizar ahora"
umount /mnt/siscont5
else
if [ ! -f /home/emni/siscont5/S5.TXT ]; then
echo "Puedo actualizar... "
touch /home/emni/siscont5/HER.TXT
touch /mnt/siscont5/SC5.TXT
mv -f /home/emni/siscont5/CCORPOSD.DBF /mnt/siscont5
mv -f /home/emni/siscont5/CCTRASD.DBF /mnt/siscont5
rm /mnt/siscont5/SC5.TXT
rm /home/emni/siscont5/HER.TXT
echo "La actualizacion ha sido realizada..."
else
echo "No puedo actualizar ahora: Interfaz exportando..."
fi
fi
umount /mnt/siscont5
echo "/mnt/siscont5 desmontada..."

Answer

You can see if it's really not set. Run the command set | grep TERM.

If not, you can set it like that: export TERM=xterm