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Bruce Hunter wrote: | Hello everyone, | | I just installed a port. Usually, a application has a define command to | start it and can be run from anywhere on the command line. When you | first install an application. The command isn't available to the system | until after a reboot. | | How do I make the system aware? Refresh the commands list? | Any reading material on this? | | Thanks for your help | Bruce
The only time you need to reboot an *nix machine is to modify the hardware or to change the currently running kernel.
In csh, type rehash to refresh the list of applications found in your PATH.
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