You can modify the search paths on a system-wide or personal basis. Modifications are done by setting values for the system-wide or personal input variables. Any modifications you make are added to the built-in search path locations.
Use the dtsearchpath command to display the current values for the search paths:
To obtain the value for the current (login) user, type the command:
To obtain the value for a different user, type the command:
dtsearchpath -u user
Search path values include these variables:
Open HomeDirectory/.dtprofile for editing.
Add or edit a line that defines and exports the personal input variable.
For example, the following line adds a location to the user's personal application search path:
To make the change take effect, log out and back in.
Log in as root.
If the file /etc/dt/config/Xsession.d/0010.dtpaths doesn't exist, create it by copying /usr/dt/config/Xsession.d/0010.dtpaths.
Open /etc/dt/config/Xsession.d/0010.paths for editing. Add or edit a line that defines and exports the system-wide input variable.
For example, the following line adds a location to the system-wide help search path:
Inform all users on the system that they must log out and back in for the change to take effect.