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Hi,

Where do I check to see what the path is set for in this file in Unix?

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Question by:Jack_son_
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Hi

You will need to find it , use find command

find / -name "filename"

if  u don't know the exact name you can use something like

find / |grep -i filname

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Set for in what file?
@INC looks more like a perl array than a file.
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To quote from:
https://perl.apache.org/docs/general/perl_reference/perl_reference.html#use____require____do_____INC_and__INC_Explained
@INC is a special Perl variable which is the equivalent of the shell's PATH variable. Whereas PATH contains a list of directories to search for executables, @INC contains a list of directories from which Perl modules and libraries can be loaded.
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