[OS X TeX] teTeX still on my path

Victor Ivrii vivrii at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 04:06:21 EST 2006

On 11/27/06, S P Suresh <spsuresh at cmi.ac.in> wrote:
> Hi,
> I recently uninstalled teTeX after installing TeXLive. I don't
> remember exactly what I did after that. But I might have manually
> deleted the directory /usr/local/teTeX (stupid of me to have done it
> without properly noticing why I needed to do it, if I did it. The
> uninstall removes the directory usually, as far as I can remember.)
> Anyway, the problem now is that /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-
> darwin-current still shows up when I do echo $PATH. I have tried in
> vain to search for where it is found, so that I can manually delete
> it. The relevant entries are not there on my ~/.profile or ~/.bashrc,
> nor are they in /private/etc/profile and /private/etc/csh.login. I do
> not know where else to search. Can someone tell me where the relevant
> entry might be? This is also a problem with my having deleted certain
> things manually, I think.

This means that path variable is set in some of your ``profile'' files
 (depending on your shell, f.e. for tcsh I use it in .tcshrc). So find
it (file is in your home directory but invisible) and edit it.

Welcome to the UNIX world :)

Victor Ivrii, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto
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