New-PSUEnvironment -PSModulePath Issue with Linux

Product: PowerShell Universal
Version: 1.5.13 (Ubuntu Docker)

I’m seeing an issue when trying to add another module path to PSModule by, either by the GUI or with the New-PSUEnvironment cmdlet

New-PSUEnvironment -Name “Posh7” -Path “/usr/bin/pwsh” -PSModulePath @(’/home/.PowerShellUniversal/Repository/Modules’)


Looks like PSU is appending $env:PSModulePath with a ; instead of a : which isn’t valid for Linux.

This really wouldn’t be a problem for me, but for some reason PSU isn’t respecting the actual PSModulePath environmental variable from the Docker container that I set in the docker file.

ENV PSModulePath=/root/.local/share/powershell/Modules:/usr/local/share/powershell/Modules:/opt/microsoft/powershell/7/Modules:/home/.PowerShellUniversal/Repository/Modules

Kinda two separate issues, but when one way didn’t work tried to find another way…

Somewhat related, I’ve also noticed that the variables int he example are relative paths and it makes things a bit screwy.

Changing them to absolute paths in the docker variables appears to fix things.
I still have to import modules using the full path though, haven’t figured that one out yet.
Issue open here. Docker container switches between relative and absolute paths · Issue #101 · ironmansoftware/powershell-universal · GitHub