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Re: aliases



To determine the value of PATH which is used by command window by
default,
you could run the 'env' or 'echo $PATH' with the 'Run' command and that
value will be shown in its output.

Alexey Fadyushin
Brainbench MVP for Linux.
http://www.brainbench.com


>From: Matt Hollingsworth <maudit adelphia net> 
>To: Red Hat <redhat-list redhat com> 
>Subject: aliases 
>Date: Fri Feb 27 23:57:01 2004 
>
>
>Hello all,
>
>I am trying to set some abbreviated aliases to run programs.  My general
>practice is to hit Alt/F2 which brings up the Run command KDesktop
>window.  I have been setting my aliases in my .bashrc file.  I'm still
>very green at this, so am not sure of what PATH the run command window
>looks at when it launches.  Does it have it's own "." file?  Or, does it
>just exist before a shell does, so isn't looking at any shell specific
>file for prefs?  I'd like to set up some basic aliases to launch
>quicker.  So, if anybody knows how to set up the aliases for this,
>please let me know.  Could be great.  Been using them a lot with .bashrc
>and I think it's the best thing since...   well since....  the color
>green.
>
>Hell, I dunno.  Any help would be fantastisch.
>
>Besest,
>
>-Matt




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