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Authored by: iMMersE on Oct 18, '02 08:26:40AM

This is what I have included in my .tcshrc, and it works fine.

set path = ( $path /usr/local/bin /usr/local/mysql/bin )
setenv MANPATH /usr/local/man:${MANPATH}

(Ignore the mysql part of the first line if you don't need it)

Setting the path in this way also sets the environment variable PATH (and vice versa actually). I'm not sure what isn't working in your case, as it sounds like you know what you're doing, but if you try the above and it doesn't work, post another message here and we can try and fix it for you :)



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Authored by: bjast on Oct 18, '02 09:44:43AM

When I used the ./Configure command this is what it returned:

[Bill:/Applications/nano-1.0.9] bjast% ./Configure
loading cache ./config.cache
checking for a BSD compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking whether build environment is sane... yes
checking whether make sets ${MAKE}... no
checking for working aclocal... found
checking for working autoconf... missing
checking for working automake... found
checking for working autoheader... missing
checking for working makeinfo... found
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH

Somethings broke, but I have no idea what.



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./configure problems
Authored by: iMMersE on Oct 18, '02 10:27:01AM

I'm guessing from error message that that you don't have the Developer tools installed? You'll need them to compile.



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Authored by: Glanz on Oct 18, '02 12:05:20PM

Looks like we got some interesting problens here. I think I'll take a trip into BASHland via the "chsh" command and see what I can do with ba$h with which I am much more familiar.



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Authored by: Glanz on Oct 18, '02 11:35:36AM

No..., it doesn't work. The man pages are there in /usr/local/man and /usr/share/man but adding the path has no effect at all. Oh well! If this keeps up I am going back to bash $$$$$$ and dumping the %%%%%%%%% :):):)



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