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How To Add Application Process Executable to User Path

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Using Solaris 10,

How do you add an application binary/executable to user path?
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Here is an example:

setenv PATH ${PATH}:/apps/Acrobat5/bin
to /etc/.login file
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Found something online that works.
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