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  Learning the Mac OS X Terminal, Part 4
Subject:   streamripper: Command not found.
Date:   2003-02-09 09:19:25
From:   anonymous2
I'm having the same trouble as this other person. I tried to type rehash, but that didn't work. I used the echo $PATH command and here's what came up:/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin. Can someone help; I'm trying hard to learn this computer language they call UNIX.
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  • streamripper: Command not found. Try this...
    2003-06-13 10:09:28  hypatio [View]

    I had a similar problem. Rehash didn't do anything visible. I did manage to fix it, though. First off I added /usr/local/bin to my path by editing the .cshrc file in my home directory.

    setenv PATH "${PATH}:/usr/local/bin"

    save it and then type this at % prompt:

    [computername:~] username% source .cshrc
    [computername:~] username% rehash

    [computername:~] username% streamripper
    Usage: streamripper URL [OPTIONS]
    .
    .

    Try that and see if it works. By the way, I have no idea why it would work. Or what source actually does. But I was told to do this after amending my path in .cshrc for another program.