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How I can change the PATH parameter in solaris 2.4?
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In CShell you can set the PATH using:

1. In your home directory. Edit the file .cshrc
   %vi .cshrc
   %source .cshrc

2. Using CShell command   setenv
   %setenv PATH (your path)

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if you use bash....

edit /etc/profile

then add there...

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