Hi Princy
>From the way you have phrased the question, it seems more of a unix 
>understanding issue and less of FOP.
This is what I would do, I am using Redhat Linux the baby brother of UNIX but 
you should get it.
a) anything that has *-src* in it means its usually considered a source and not 
a binary distribution - this could be your first problem you may have 
downloaded a source code and not binary, if that's the case then you will have 
to compile the code before you can use fop. 
however the fop.sh issue seems to be more of a setting up of the environment 
variables issue and and less of the former.
Usually as a programming practice, I create a setenviron.sh file in each 
project folder I create, this file has all the environment variables that I 
explicitly set this is usefully try this approach and see if fop.sh gets picked 
Hope this helps...  Regards,JayeshMCSE, MCSD, SCJP, SCWCD, PMP, IBM WAS ADM.

Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 07:25:46 -0800From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL 
PROTECTED]: Installation of FOP in unixHi all, I am trying to install fop in 
unix system. I downloaded the fop-0.20.5-src.tar and unzipped it in a windows 
machine. Then I moved the unzipped files to unix system inside folder 
/var/tmp/fop-0.20.5 . Then under the folder /var/tmp/fop-0.20.5 ,I tried to 
generate a test pdf by issuing the following command. fop.sh -fo 
/var/tmp/fop-0.20.5/Test.fo -pdf /var/tmp/fop-0.20.5/Test.pdf But I got the 
error "-bash: fop.sh: command not found". I even tried making the fop.sh 
executable by using the command chmod a=wrx fop.sh . But still the same error 
is thrown. Any help appreciated. Thanks priby 

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