The following article details how to list environment variables for each platform.
1) Select Start and search for Command Prompt.
2) In the command window that opens, enter
A list of all the environment variables that are set is displayed in the Command Prompt window as shown below:
A list of all the environment variables that are set is displayed in the Terminal or Console window as shown below:
Please find more information in our online documentation for Nuke Environment Variables.
For more information about setting environment variables, please refer to the following article:
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On Mac or Linux1) Launch Terminal or a shell.
2) Enter printenv.