I have been instructed to set an environment variable using the user’s ~/.pam_environment file. This was recommended as preferable to using .profile or .bash_profile. I have tried several ways of specifying the content, but none of the ways work.
One way is MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND OVERRIDE=1. Another way is MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1. These are the two ways that make the most sense, to me, so I won’t mention other things I’ve tried. I completely log my user out and log back in to GNOME. But, the setting is still empty.
I read a 2016 post somewhere that said that this feature is/was considered a security risk, so it was disabled. Yet, a fairly recent Firefox bug report recommends using it.
So, does anyone know whether ~/.pam_environment works in Fedora 30? If the answer is Yes, can anyone tell me what I’m doing wrong?