[PD] Error in startup script: couldn't read file "/usr/local/bin/pd.tk"
rbsheehan at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 14 15:53:30 CEST 2003
nope, the "right" pd is being found:
bash-2.05a$ which pd
Also, stuff like pd -help or pd -version execute fine,
with expected results.
thanks anyway (anymore ideas would be great)
--- Adam Lindsay <atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk> wrote:
> Brian Sheehan said this at Thu, 14 Aug 2003 05:46:44
> >Error in startup script: couldn't read file
> >"/usr/local/bin/pd.tk": no such file or directory
> >Anyone know how I can fix this?
> Looks like there's a leftover "pd" executable in
> /usr/local/bin/ .
> Try verifying this with:
> % which pd
> If you get /usr/local/bin/pd, then that's the case.
> You should remove this binary.
> it would also help to put /Users/student ... /bin
> *before* your $PATH,
> rather than after it. (But I'm not a Bash expert.)
> hope that's some help,
> Adam T. Lindsay
> atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
> Computing Dept, Lancaster University
> Lancaster, LA1 4YR, UK
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