From: Bill Unruh (unruh_at_string.physics.ubc.ca)
Date: 24 Sep 2004 03:17:02 GMT
"Alexander Adam" <email@example.com> writes:
]I've sucessfully compiled and installed cvs source into /usr/local/bin
]Now I was expecting the bash shell to know the 'cvs' command but it doesn't.
]Even when I am in the /usr/local/bin dir I am unable to run the cvs command
]but its there so what's wrong?
The directory you are in irrelevant, unless you have the insecure . in your
PATH. You can eitehr print the full name
into your PATH (look in .bashrc and add
/usr/local/bin to the end of the PATH statement.
Do not end in the PATH with : and do not have any double colons in your
]Sorry for the maybe stupid question but I'm pretty new to unix/linux and
]would appreciate any help on that!
]thanks a lot,