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Neil Bothwick wrote:
>On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 02:16:04 -0700, Mike S wrote:
>>ok I am stumped as to where the $PATH is set. I know in OSX I just
>>added a ~/.profile and every time I opened the terminal that would be
>>read and I could export environmental variables there. however I tried
>>that here, and the file didn't seem to do anything. I open a new
>>terminal and the $PATH is still the same as before.
>It should be set in one or more of the files in /etc/env.d.
>>The reason I am trying this is because I just installed limewire, and
>>the java in /opt/ibm-jre-bin-1.4.2 is not in my path. So when I open
>>limewire it can't find the "java" command, which, again, is in
>The standard paths are set in /etc/env.d/00basic but the java ebuild
>should have added a separate file for java settings,
>usually /etc/env.d/20java. Mine contains
># Autogenerated by java-config
># Command: --set-system-vm=ibm-jdk-bin-1.4.2
># VERSION="IBM JDK 1.4.2"
>As you can see from the comment, maybe you should run java-config to set
>up java correctly.
I think I have a problem with python or something. I ran java-config,
and that did nothing. I used some options the next time I ran it and I
got some python errors. I even tried putting your thing above into
/etc/env.d/20java and that did nothing. So I am still working on it
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