sulifen said:So, maybe this works:
In the .cshrc add these:
setenv ARCOBAT5 /opt/Arcobat
set path=($path $ARCOBAT5/bin)
alias acroread /opt/Acrobat/bin/acroread &
Then run acroread at last once:
Close the acrobat.
Now try to open a .pdf file by double click it.
Amuro said:Alias command can't bring the OS to know where Acrobat's program is. Basic test is, if the OS know Acrobat Reader when typing the command
then it must return the path name e.g. /opt/Acrobat5/bin/acroread.
If not, you have to add that path in your .cshrc file.
**** In .cshrc file
set path=(/opt/Acrobat5/bin $path)
This must work!
Second way is using symbolic link to make a link from original program to the "path" that system already known e.g.
#ln -s /opt/Acrobat5/bin/acroread /usr/bin/acroread ****(you must be root, in this case)
This must work also!!
This problem will not occur if you follow the instruction in "README" file correctly.
dd2001 said:Hi, thanks.
I did exactly like you said, however, when run "which arcobat" , it shows NO Arcobat found in your paths (include /opt/Arcobat5/bin /opt/Arcobat5),
I wonder where is Arcobat hiding in my Solaris 9