Matt Thompson wrote:
> I'm trying to set this up. The instructions say:
> If you are using the ksh, bash, or bsh shell, add the
> following command to your .profile file:
> export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> ...so I added that to my .bash_profile and it doesn't work.
> What I'd actually like to do is have rvplayer be world readable so that
> any user on my machine can use it. I know that I would need to make
> entries into /etc/profile, but how would I modify the above to do so?
Using the GNU stow program, here's how I have it setup on my system:
(the ./ is really /usr/local/stow/realplayer)
.. and here is the contents of bin/ra:
LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/local/lib/raplayer" /usr/local/lib/raplayer/rvplayer $*
In netscape, I set it up to use '/usr/local/bin/ra %s' as the program to
run for .rm, .ra, and .ram files.
It works for me [tm], but I'm sure there are other/better ways to do it.
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