From: Chris Higgins
Date: Thu 02 Aug 2001 - 10:50:53 IST
> > how can I check to see whether glib is actually
> > in my PATH and if it isn't how do i put it there
> > (given that it is already installed).
Pardon me for asking what may be a silly question, but why do
you care if a library is on your path ? (or is glib a new magic
command that I've missed ?
> echo $PATH
> will tell you what your path is. If glib is in a directory that isn't
> listed there, that's the problem.
> To add something to your path, use the .bashrc file in your home dir.
> Add the line
> This should preserve your original PATH but add glibpath to it.
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