You can use the SET command to view or set environment variables one at a time. You can also set environment variables by using the ifortvars.csh and ifortvars.sh files to set several at a time. The files are found in this directory: /opt/intel_fc_80/bin. See Running the Shell Script to Set Up the Environment Variables.
Within the C Shell, use the setenv command to set an environment variable:
setenv FORT8 /usr/users/smith/test.dat
To remove the association of an environment variable and its value within the C shell, use the unsetenv command.
Within the Bourne* shell (sh), the Korn shell (ksh), and the bash shell, use the export command and assignment command to set the environment variable:
To remove the association of an environment variable and its value within the Bourne* shell, the Korn shell, or the bash shell, use the unset command:
By default, the compiler picks up the default configuration file (ifort.cfg) from the same directory where the compiler executable resides. However, if you want the compiler to use another configuration file in a different location, you can use the IFORTCFG environment variable to assign the directory and filename for the other configuration file.
Compile-Time Environment Variables
Run-Time Environment Variables