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I have solaris 10 u9 installed, I as using default bash shell. I have tried to set a new PATH value by the following command
but I concede the variable is not persist in boot time even in closing a terminal.
So I enforced to ask u guys, how can I set environmental variable in Solaris which does not made u to do it again and again!!!
THX all of u , which will show ur faces for a help!!!
Is there a way to done it on command line? there is and to specify exactly wht is the command? I have tried to export using "export" and nothing is changed. And if someone know at minimum the files that are affected is encouraged
If it doesn't exist, sure you need to create it.
If you fear to break something, open another terminal as root, create the .profile, source it and see if it works as expected. If something goes wrong and you can't unset the PATH, go to the previous terminal and delete .profile (or comment out the export statement).