[opensuse] non-existant directories in PATH



i just did an install of 64-bit opensuse 11.2 and notice when i
examine my PATH in a konsole there are two directories that
simply don't exist:

/usr/lib/mit/bin
/usr/lib/mit/sbin

i see no benefit to leaving non-existant directories in PATH, and
would like to be rid of them, but have looked many places without
finding where they are coming from

some of where i have looked:

~/.bashrc
~/.profile
/etc/profile.d/profile.sh
/etc/bash.bashrc
/etc/profile

i'd like to fix it in the "right place" so upgrades don't unfix
it for me

any help will be appreciated

sc
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