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When installing Oracle via X-Windows xclock is not found after setting variables such as ORACLE_HOME

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When installing Oracle via X-Windows xclock is not found after setting the variables such as ORACLE_HOME... works fine before setting the variables and running xclock (granted that I export the DISPLAY variable with my local IP)... any ideas why this is occuring?

Oracle 9i remote installation on AIX 5.2 using Xwin32
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see your PATH env variable setting before and after
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