Thanks for the reply Hfawzy.
My $PATH= when logged as as normal user:
[jbanks@localhost jbanks]$ echo $PATH
When logged in as root:
[root@localhost jbanks]# echo $PATH
.....so because the location of the "logins" script is located at /home/jbanks/SS this isn't in either the local users path or roots path? Correct or not?
I'm pretty sure this is correct....
So just out of example, (and I'm sure they're are other ways to do this) from my local user, (non-root), to get the "logins" script to execute just by typing "logins" I would need to add /home/jbanks/SS to my $PATH, or just /home?
Just unsure if I put /home, will it decend through the /home directory and all of its subdirectories?
Thanks for helping me get a grip on this. Much appreaciated :P