Setting up ones shell correctly?
Total newbie question... this has got to be a seriously stupid one... but the answer eludes me, even after using linux hard core for a good year now...
When you 'su' into root from a remote station/user... many commands no longer work unless you type also the /usr/sbin or /sbin in front of the command.
So my question is... how do I add those two locations to the command lookup paths?
Its really bothersome to type those out all the time. When directly rooting into the machine physically (not remotely), this seems to be all set fine.
Its gotta be a config file somewhere ... I just cant find it.