On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 14:28, Darragh wrote:
> > /bin/echo $PATH
> the output of this is:
>> I ran this command as soon as I logged in and without setting the path to
> I notice that open office is in there twice. the only place that I put it
> in was /bin/openoffice.sh. I've deleted that in case that was causing the
>> why is /root/bin after $PATH ?
Aaargh. Have a look in /etc/profile or in .bashrc/.bash_profile in your
home directory. You've clobbered the default path somewhere. Looks
like you've probably quoted it somewhere i.e. export PATH='$PATH':
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