Here's my results so far. If you can offer help on the PATH issue, I'd appreciate it Okay, I'm attempting my installation onto a TiBook, with a pretty much fresh copy of OS 10.1. Report so far...
- Hmm, looks like bash 2.05a comes after 2.05. I'll grab that.
- Under Setup User Environments, I had to delete a couple of blank lines at the beginning of the .bash_profile file downloaded.
- To save the .bash_profile under each of the user directories,
you have to d
o it under the sudo -s session.
sudo -s (download file to Desktop) cd /Desktop ? cp bash_profile.txt /Users/postgres/.bash_profile cp bash_profile.txt /Users/nsadmin/.bash_profile chown postgres.staff /Users/postgres/.bash_profile chown nsadmin.staff /Users/postgres/.bash_profile
- After I've changed the login shell to bash, bash now works, but the PATH is not correctly set, even though it is in the .bash_profile. WHY? I'm not sure. Suspect, however, is the fact that when I cat or less the .bash_profile, I get ^M instead of character returns. Do I have to convert the file somehow after downloading it?