Programatically write in a file in the environnent with a hush command

Alexander Richter Alexander.Richter at
Tue May 26 23:08:49 PDT 2015

> Am 26.05.2015 um 17:42 schrieb Jean-Christophe BEGUE <begue.jc at>:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to pass a value from Barebox to the operating system, using
> the usreland command bareboxenv -l.
> My problem is : How should I write that status from my hush barebox script?
> echo $mystatus > /env/data/my_status_file
You can use the command nv to create non volatile shell variables. Don’t forget to save the Environment.
> The above command doesn't work as '>' is not implemented.
> I've the feeling that I'm missing something?
To access the new variable (/env/nv/ from userspace, you can use the „bareboxenv“ tool

Alexander Richter
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