PATH Variable

John Durant johndur at comcast.net
Thu Feb 22 15:58:47 GMT 2007


Yes, can do that...What is not understood is where $PATH and other 
environment variables are set for both specific users and all users when 
logging on...have looked in /etc, the "." files in ~ and can't find in 
doc...as i recall in older unix environments there were  ".xxxrc" files 
where environment variable were set, type of shell determined etc...Is 
there an analog in Kubuntu?

John

Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> John Durant wrote:
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>> a shell script.
>>     
>
> You just want to execute a shell script when you start your session?
> Try putting the filename in .bashrc , which should be in your home
> directory.
>
> Matthew Flaschen
>
>   
>> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
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>>> John Durant wrote:
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>>>> That works ok...
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>>> Good.
>>>
>>> What I am going to try tonight is to execute when i open
>>>   
>>>       
>>>> a konsole session.
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>>>>         
>>> Execute what?
>>>
>>> Matt Flaschen
>>>   
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>>>> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
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>>>>         
>>>>> John Durant wrote:
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>>>>>> I am installing Saxon 8.9 for XSLT 2.0 upgrade. Need to have saxon8.jar 
>>>>>> in the CLASSPATH to do transformations. For straight java i use eclipse. 
>>>>>> I can't find a saxon open source plugin for eclipse so will be using the 
>>>>>> command line.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>>         
>>>>>>             
>>>>> You could probably just add saxon8.jar to the project folder.  Did you
>>>>> try that?
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