Shell PATH not being reread
sac at inf.in
Thu Apr 12 18:23:01 UTC 2007
As Kevin Kinsey pointed out, if your shell is csh, ksh, zsh or tcsh, all you
have to do is run
$ hash -r
On 4/12/07, Sean Murphy <smurphy at calarts.edu> wrote:
> I have just installed FreeBSD 6.2 Release. I su to root and run
> pkg_add -r cvsup-without-gui
> It installed fine
> I edited the ports-supfile
> cd /usr/share/examples/cvsup
> vi ports-supfile
> but when I go to run
> cvsup -g -L 2 ports-supfile
> It tells me it cannot find the command
> I logout completely then login again and su and I can now run the same
> command from the /usr/share/examples/cvsup directory.
> It seems the path is not being rebuilt or reread when I added that
> package but when I logout and login it works. I know I can type in the
> the full path and command but was wondering if there was a solution to
> reload/rebuild/reread the path so I don't have to login/logout/login
> env for myself is
> env for root is
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