I have a
.sh file that locally sets some environment variables in my shell
#!/bin/sh echo "Setting up local environment variables" export MY_URL="http://domain.com" echo "Done"
This only sets the variables for that session. Which means that my Python Celery and Supervisor apps which run under a different session cannot access them. I understand I can run them under a user, but I want to know if on Ubuntu using the same shell script above if I can set the variables so they are globally accessible to all applications regardless of users or session?