The concept that software will look in several folders, in the order stored as the path, to find which programs should be allowed to run.

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Many programs notify me that “grep/sed/uname/… not found”; some run, some don't. My system(?) path is damaged, how do I go about a diagnosing it?

Some manifestations of this problem: macports won't install, MATLAB won't run, BTT works but incessantly spams me with " not found" popups, and emacs shell does not work. My interactive shell PATH is ...
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Change PHP $PATH setting?

How to change PHP $PATH setting? I am using MAMP 2.x, my terminal for PHP command is already set to the MAMP PHP 5.3.x, but now I want to change to PHP 5.2.x I have done this before, but i forget ...
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Where can I test a path?

I have tto check a path like "volume1:FTPRoot:StenRoot:Stnp00:A12:B38:f000031913". Is there an easy place where I can paste this to unsure me that this path is valid ? PS / I can follow it manually, ...
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Open Finder window from current Terminal location?

If I am in a specific path in a Terminal window, how can I open that same window in a new Finder window? Note: This is the opposite of opening a Terminal from Finder.
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How do I add a new route to the PATH variable?

Although this question is being answered many times, I could not find any help from previous posts, so here it is again. I have tried to add a new route to PATH variable with no success. I have ...
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Adding Mac-specific directory to PATH when home is shared

My /home/myusername/ directory is provided through a network, and looks exactly the same on my Linux machine and my Mac Mini. I'd like to add to PATH a directory of Mac-specific software in my home, ...
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How can I add a path to the PATH environment variable?

I want to add a path to the PATH environment variable? I have tried with export PATH=/mypath:$PATH and it works. But the next time I start the Terminal, my new path is not int the PATH environment ...
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Reset your PATH variable

I stuffed up (basically wiped) my PATH variable. Is there any way to reset it to the default? I look at How do I reset the $PATH variable on Mac OS X?, but I find it very confusing. As far as I ...
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Adding gedit to my PATH

I finally made the jump and got a MacBook, and I'm trying to move in. I have the OSX port of gedit installed, but I'm having trouble adding it to my PATH. My current PATH looks like this: export ...
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Newly Installed App (gem) Via Terminal, Path?

I have used sudo gem install to install a few gems. My question is how do I know where the executable was installed, so I can add it to the path in .bash_profile?
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How do I change the location of screen captures on 10.5?

As a developer, I take a lot of screen captures. I often take a lot to share with StackExchange members on chat. The problem is my desktop is so cluttered with screen captures that they're now ...
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Script doesn't find file

Suppose my_folder contains my_script and my_program. my_script tries to run ./my_program -myoptions. It works when I cd into the directory, but not when I double click on it. Here is the output: ...