Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 12:08:05PM +0100, Albert Shih wrote: Hi all I've PATH problem with a perl package (I don't knwon anything about perl). I run rt (3.8) under apache22 + mod_perl2 and on some p5 librairie I've got message like Command 'dot' not found in /bin, /usr/bin at

Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Albert Shih
Le 10/11/2008 à 11:10:02-0500, Jerry McAllister a écrit On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 12:08:05PM +0100, Albert Shih wrote: Hi all Whenever you use some command or address some file in a script or within a program, you should use the full path - starting with '/' so instead of lcalling it

Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Mel
On Monday 10 November 2008 21:36:43 Albert Shih wrote: But when I use the application throught the web it's not working. But I don't known how to tell apache ? mod_perl ? the PATH. Apache. Check the shell script /usr/local/sbin/envvars. In short, any file in /usr/local/etc/apache22/envvars.d

Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
Albert Shih wrote: Maybe my question is not very clear The p5 package work in shell, because the PATH is in the shell. But when I use the application throught the web it's not working. But I don't known how to tell apache ? mod_perl ? the PATH. If you're using mod_perl2, then Apache

Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Albert Shih
Le 10/11/2008 à 22:35:44+0100, Mel a écrit On Monday 10 November 2008 21:36:43 Albert Shih wrote: But when I use the application throught the web it's not working. But I don't known how to tell apache ? mod_perl ? the PATH. Thanks for your help Check the shell script

Re: PATH problem

2008-11-10 Thread Albert Shih
Le 10/11/2008 à 21:53:32+, Matthew Seaman a écrit Albert Shih wrote: Maybe my question is not very clear The p5 package work in shell, because the PATH is in the shell. But when I use the application throught the web it's not working. But I don't known how to tell apache

Re: $PATH problem

2007-03-16 Thread youshi10
On Fri, 16 Mar 2007, Jonathan Horne wrote: i recently switched from KDE to XFCE4. underneath, i also switch my DM from kdm to slim. now that slim is operating, my paths have changed significantly when i log in via the GUI login. my current paths: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ echo $PATH

Re: Path problem

2006-03-31 Thread Micah
Gary Schenk wrote: OK, guys, I need help. what obvious thing am I missing here. Fresh install of seamonkey from a fresh ports update. I try to start seamonkey: seamonkey seamonkey: Command not found. OK. Now this: /usr/X11R6/bin/seamonkey Seamonkey starts. OK, must be the path: echo

Re: Path problem

2006-03-31 Thread Beech Rintoul
On Friday 31 March 2006 13:28, Gary Schenk wrote: OK, guys, I need help. what obvious thing am I missing here. Fresh install of seamonkey from a fresh ports update. I try to start seamonkey: seamonkey seamonkey: Command not found. OK. Now this: /usr/X11R6/bin/seamonkey Seamonkey

Re: Path problem

2006-03-31 Thread Gary Schenk
Beech Rintoul wrote: On Friday 31 March 2006 13:28, Gary Schenk wrote: OK, guys, I need help. what obvious thing am I missing here. Fresh install of seamonkey from a fresh ports update. I try to start seamonkey: seamonkey seamonkey: Command not found. OK. Now this:

Re: Path problem

2006-03-31 Thread Beech Rintoul
On Friday 31 March 2006 13:44, Gary Schenk wrote: Beech Rintoul wrote: On Friday 31 March 2006 13:28, Gary Schenk wrote: OK, guys, I need help. what obvious thing am I missing here. Fresh install of seamonkey from a fresh ports update. I try to start seamonkey: seamonkey

Re: Path problem

2002-11-04 Thread Wayne Pascoe
Tom Vollmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Whomever- During the process of compiling my own kernel, I have an issue of the make utility not being able to find if_fxp.c and if_sis.c. Both exist in the appropriate place in the file system. The version of freeBSD I am using is 4.6. Any

Re: Path problem

2002-11-04 Thread Kent Stewart
Tom Vollmer wrote: Whomever- During the process of compiling my own kernel, I have an issue of the make utility not being able to find if_fxp.c and if_sis.c. Both exist in the appropriate place in the file system. The version of freeBSD I am using is 4.6. Any suggestions? It sounds like

Re: Path problem

2002-11-04 Thread Wayne Pascoe
Tom Vollmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: is a CODE 1 and the other two error lines indicate that ../../dev/fxp/if_fxp.c and ../../sys/pci/if.sis.c do not exists. When perform a Find to locate the files, they appear to be in the correct place in the file system. Can a source file marked with