>|> How do people set up the PATH under Solaris? I'm planning to convert a
>|> bunch of workstations from 4.1.3 to Solaris 2.4, so I need separate
>|> directories for locally-installed Solaris binaries and 4.1.3 binaries,
>|> as well as the standard Solaris binaries. What do people call these
>You can call then whatever you want (/usr/local , /opt/local , ...)
>|> I've identified /usr/bin, /usr/ucb, /usr/ccs/bin, and /usr/openwin/bin
>|> as the standard directories for ordinary users, with the addition of
>|> /usr/sbin for us administrators. What's a good order for these?
>Put /usr/ucb last ! (if you use it at all) , it's a collection of
>bug and (mis)features.
Amen! The only two programs I used to want from /usr/ucb were ps and df.
Then I discovered that /usr/bin/df -tk gives the good old BSD output. Now I
leave /usr/ucb off the path and when I want bsd ps I type '/usr/ucb/ps'.
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