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sed -i "s/PATH=\"/PATH=\"\/opt\/e17\/bin\:/g" /etc/profile
i run into that kind of trouble too, but only now and then.
not sure why (on a usual install on hard-disk, not from xnest).
i could solve it but i don`t know how anymore...lol.
there is a tool called enlightenment_remote. as i don`t know about it and ain`t got interest in learning it you may ask at cafelinux.org.
perhaps someone might tell you (from what i know i don`t think it really is what you want. it ain`t big fun. lol)
for such purposes going the repo way might be more easy.
ps:i did install and configure enlightenment from xnest and live-helper, so it is possible.