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Date:       Thu, 9 Feb 1995 14:32:00 -0500 
From:      "bo (b.) xiao" <xiao@bnr.ca>
To:        dstihler@netcom.com
Cc:        "barry (b.) scott" <tsbarry@bnr.ca>, questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:    re:Can't find binary 
Message-ID:   <"22682 Thu Feb  9 14:32:36 1995"@bnr.ca> 

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In message "Can't find binary", dstihler@netcom.com writes:

> I have been unable to set a global path so that cmd binarys are many times not 
> found.
> 
> If we move a binary to another directory and the new directory is still in our 
> path the binary cannot be found without typing the absolute path.  For example 
> moving a binary to /usr/bin
Commands are hashed everytime you enter a shell. You can do
	source ~/.cshrc
if your path is defined there, to bring thecommand back. Or simply log
off and on again.

Bo Xiao        Bell Northern Research Ltd. Ottawa ON. Canada
613-763-4434   ESN395-5045  |  Opinions are mine, not BNR's.



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