Adding path in linux/unix

How can I add a path in linux/unix so a module check that location.  The error I am recieving now is
cant locate module.pm @INC

Thanks
Jack
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ozoCommented:
see
perldoc lib

cf. @INC in
perldoc perlvar
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SandyCommented:
echo $PATH

set PATH=$PATH;<your path>
export PATH

TY/SA
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Jack_son_Author Commented:
Thanks; one question, this wont remove the paths that are in place, I just want to add to the path list
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SandyCommented:
no it wont..
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Jack_son_Author Commented:
it is indicating this is a directory and gives an error
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ozoCommented:
What is indicating, and what error?
Is your question about $PATH in the shell environment, or about @INC in perl?
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Jack_son_Author Commented:
The program seems to be getting the path from @INC in perl; I am not an expert in this area and just need to add one more dir to this path
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ozoCommented:
see
perldoc lib
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