clarkp at mtmary.edu
Wed Jun 25 23:24:30 UTC 2008
I have a FreeBSD 7.0 p2 box. I have upgraded openssl by installing the
latest port. When I use openssl version I am still calling the base
/usr/bin/openssl. How do I change my default path to use
/usr/local/bin/openssl instead? I am the only one (for now) who logs
into this box but would it be "better" to make this a system wide change
or just a per login? I and all subsequent users use tcsh. I have tried
adding /usr/local/bin/openssl to path variable in /etc/login.conf. I
logged out and back in but it did not work.
Any help would be appreciated.
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