Subject: Re: paths
To: Duncan McQueen <email@example.com>
From: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/1996 17:08:57
> I have installed NetBSD 1.2 on an SE/30 and have a couple of questions.
> The OS doesn't seem to recognize what directory I am in, I can change to a
> different directory and even pwd it(It returns the correct spot), but if I
> try to run a program
> in the current directory I am in, it says:command not found, however if I
> map it (say 'usr/games/wargames'), it can then find it. This wouldn't be
> so much of a problem, but I can't run much with this error.
That's because you don't have "." in your path. It's the default (to not
have it). Edit the path setup in your .login file.
> I installed the standard NetBSD12 distribution, and all of the files, and
> have configured
> an inetrnet connection with the hostname.ae0 file. This wasn';t a problem
> on earlier installs, but since I got the network connection working it has
> started up.
If it used to work, you might have overwritten a change in the provess of