Re: path environment under x
Not changing it in the non-login shell script (.bashrc, .cshrc, ...) was your
problem. When you start X, the shells that run in the xterms aren't login
shells...therefore your path must be set in your non-login shell script. I have
mine setup so that my path gets set in my non-login script and I have something
like this in my login script:
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
On Thu, 02 Jul 1998, Micha Feigin wrote:
>How do i set the path environment under X?
>I need to set a general path environment and also
>a specific one for each use.
>I tried in the files for the shell but it didn't
>work ( I changed in the file for login shells I'm not shure
>If i also changed it for an interactive shell)
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