Tag Info

New answers tagged

5

which searches your PATH. It happens that mycommand is found in a $PATH entry with a trailing slash: /home/t/program_files/document/other edits/. which concatenates the directory, a / as separator, and the command name to build the filename to check; when the directory has a trailing slash, this results in two slashes. Multiple slashes are equivalent to a ...


2

Thats because you have put a trailing forward slash (/) while adding the location /home/t/program_files/document/other edits in $PATH. You might have used: PATH=$PATH:/home/t/program_files/document/other\ edits/ You need to use to get rid of trailing /: PATH=$PATH:/home/t/program_files/document/other\ edits Although this is not that much of a problem ...



Top 50 recent answers are included