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it is really a surprise that if you see in /etc/profile thereis no path
variable, however if i set one it works, but i want to know from where the
default path is invoked.However through dtrace also i was unable to find the
"Amitoj Singh Sukhija , Gurgaon" wrote:
> You can modify the PATH variable in your .bash_profile in your home
> directory if you want to change the PATH for just your account. If you want
> ot implement the change throughout the system, then modify the PATH variable
> in the /etc/profile file.
> Note that you will have to login again for the change to take effect.
> > ----------
> > From: Upendra Uniyal[SMTP:upendra@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> > Reply To: linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 1:16 PM
> > To: linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: [linux-delhi] PATH
> > <<File: upendra.vcf>><<File: ATT148779.txt>>
> > Can someone tell that from which file the environment is set , as I
> > tried to put some directories in path but i couldnot find the same , I
> > am logged as root and bash shell in LINUX 7.
> > Thanks
> > Upendra
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- RE: PATH
- From: Amitoj Singh Sukhija , Gurgaon