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Posted on 09-03-2002 09:44 p.m. ET  reply

Original Poster: Justin

I'm not sure about Slackware, but in RH you can edit
.bashrc in your home directory and inlude the path.

PATH=/foo/bar

you can have multiple "paths" in one line seperated by
the: sign

PATH=/usr/local/bin:/home/someuser and so on

On Tue, 3 Sep 2002 support-forum@syrlug.org wrote:

> Date: Tue Sep 3 09:27:01 EDT 2002
> Name: Justin
> Subject: setting the path in Slackware 8
>
> I am a programmer and recently switched to linux just becuase I wanted to try
> something new. I just installed the java sdk but I want to set the path so
> that it will work no matter what folder I am in. I have tried changing the
> runtime files to include it in the path but it has not worked. Does anyone
> here know what file and where the file is that I can change so that I can put
> the sdk in the path? Thanks for your time.

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