making /usr/local/bin accessible
prudek at bvx.cz
Thu May 31 14:14:53 UTC 2007
> One possibility: some shells, including bash, have a cacheing mechanism
> for the paths to commands (see the 'hash' built-in for details). Try
> 'hash -l' to see if it is cached and 'hash -r' to delete it if so.
You are right, just by logging in and out the problem disappeared, and yes, I
can list the cache and "hash -l" now says:
builtin hash -p /usr/local/bin/hnb hnb
Cool, thank you, I have no idea that such a cache exists.
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