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Re: [Condor-users] some fedora core 6 questions...

Most Red Hat based linux systems have an area called /etc/profile.d
where I have inserted condor.sh and condor.csh
to set the condor paths for sh/bash and csh/tcsh respectively,
using the commands below.


On Mon, 2 Apr 2007, Dimitri Maziuk wrote:

simon kagwe wrote:

I have not been able to add it to the system path so that I can use a
command without specifying the whole path. As a result, I have to do
stuff like ~condor/sbin/condor_master instead of just condor_master.

For [ba]sh:
PATH="${PATH}:/home/condor/bin:/home/condor/sbin"; export PATH

For [t]csh:
setenv PATH "${PATH}:/home/condor/bin:/home/condor/sbin"

Exactly where to stick it depends on what you want to do:
/etc/profile (bash), /etc/csh.login (tcsh) if you want it for everyone,
~/.bashrc., ~/.cshrc -- for individual user(s).

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