If you did not enable the installer to create symbolic links in /usr/bin and /usr/share/man, you might need to change your PATH and MANPATH environment variables to enable use of the Oracle Developer Studio 12.6 software.
Type the following commands on a system where you want to run Oracle Developer Studio to determine whether you need to set up your access to the Oracle Developer Studio 12.6 software tools and man pages:
% which cc /opt/developerstudio12.6/bin/cc % man codean Reformatting page. Please wait... done. User Commands codean(1) NAME codean - Command Line Interface of Code Analyzer ...
If the which command returns the message no cc in paths or the reports the path to another version of the cc command, you need to set your PATH.
If the man command returns No manual entry for codean, you need to set your MANPATH.
Add the path /install-dir/developerstudio12.6/bin to your PATH environment variable.
Add the path /install-dir/developerstudio12.6/man to your MANPATH environment variable.
Add the path /install-dir/oracle/developerstudio12.6/bin to your PATH environment variable.
Add the path /install-dir/oracle/developerstudio12.6/man to your MANPATH environment variable.
By default the install-dir is /opt.