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RE: [bluetooth-dev] SDP Server and $PATH variable
$PATH is an environment variable. You should be able to
see its current value by issuing the command 'echo $PATH'
from a shell prompt. The $PATH variable is probably
initialized in the default startup files for your shell.
It can also be modified by a local start-up script in
your home directory. The name of that file depends on
what shell you are using. For bash it would be .bashrc,
for zsh it would be .zshrc, and for other shells you will
have to consult their corresponding manual page. If the
path to where you have installed the sdp_server executable
is not listed in your $PATH variable, you should be able
to add it with the following line in .bashrc or .zshrc:
If you are using tcsh, I believe you would use something
setenv PATH "/path/to/sdp_server/directory:$PATH"
but as I do not use tcsh myself I am not 100% sure.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frank Wöhrle [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 05 April 2001 09:53
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] SDP Server and $PATH variable
> after starting btd I get the following
> Bluetooth Control Application
> Running as server
> Physdev /dev/ttyS0, btdev /dev/ttyBT0, speed 115200 baud
> sdp_server: no such file or directory
> init_phys: No hardware.
> Registered bluetooth line discipline on /dev/ttyS0
> Init stack
> No hw init done
> Peter said to me:
> btd cannot find the sdp_server executable in one of the
> directories specified in your $PATH. Make sure the directory
> where sdp_server is installed is in your $PATH environment
> Where do I find that $PATH variable ?
> What must I do ?
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