The logical ;) solution is to add /usr/local/bin to your shell's PATH
variable and, if necessary, add /usr/local/lib to your shell's
LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable. You should take what pkgadd is doing as a sign
that what you're doing is not a very good idea. Let pkgadd, etc put
things where they're supposed to be and update your variables as
necessary. Doing so will make your system very happy. =) You'd probably
also see your library/compilation problems go away, too.
> Hi !!
> How can I combine /usr/bin and /usr/local/bin and the rest, such as man,
> lib, include...etc ??
> I created a soft link so /usr/local/bin -> /usr/bin, but when i install
> stuff from sunfreeware using pkgadd it always delete my soft link and
> replace it with a directory...
> i don't want to get the source code to compile on my machine because for
> unknow reasons programs and library compiles but can never be
> used...either has no response or a seg fault from the library call...
> Any help would be appriciated :) Thank you !
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