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genlee, what distros don't have /usr/local/bin in the PATH? All my RH systems and my current gentoo system has it. Not that it really matters, since locate or find will ...
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    genlee, what distros don't have /usr/local/bin in the PATH? All my RH systems and my current gentoo system has it. Not that it really matters, since locate or find will of course do that job, but it still puzzles me a bit that someone would not put that into the PATH.

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    My gentoo distro didnt have /usr/local in the path.

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    Strange... I'm pretty sure that /usr/local is supposed to go into your PATH. Could it be an installation error in some way?

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    Strange enuff that I have the everything installed option checked!
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    /usr/local/bin has always been in the PATH variable on the dists i have had installed...on unix to.
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    I always think Redhat is trying to make things complicated, for example, Video and mp3 player is not workable unless I install some patches! This really pisses me off!
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    As for linuxconf, I don't think that they ship it anymore. I haven't heard of anyone using it in ages.

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    I think that to... i used it before on mandrake but when started to use redhat it wasnt included anymore...
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    Oh, I see, he he
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