On Mon, 2006-05-15 at 13:36 -0700, Atom Powers wrote:
> I've noticed this behavior since 4.3, but it's just now starting to
> get really annoying.
> 
> Whan I install a new application (from ports) I have to execute it
> with the full path until I start a new shell. (in sh, tcsh, and bash)
> 
> What causes this behavior, and how can I fix it (cause newly installed
> apps to be executable without a full path)?
> 
> ----
> DIT793# which sudo
> sudo: Command not found.
> DIT793# portinstall sudo
> ...
> DIT793# ll /usr/local/bin/sudo
> ---s--x--x  2 root  wheel  89020 May 15 13:31 /usr/local/bin/sudo
> DIT793# which sudo
> sudo: Command not found.
> DIT793# tcsh
> DIT793# which sudo
> /usr/local/bin/sudo
> DIT793# exit
> exit
> DIT793# which sudo
> sudo: Command not found.
> 
> 

For csh and tcsh, I beleive you have to issue a 'rehash' command after
modifying the libraries in $PATH.  I would not have expected to see this
problem with bash, however.

-- 
Mike Jeays
http://ca.geocities.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]

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