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Terminal files don't seem to be associated properly anymore


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I installed svnx on my computer and it associated terminal files with svnx. I tried to open a file in textedit, and I think the result was I somehow disassociated all my terminal files from terminal...so, now I can't run xampp. Apache fails. I tried reassociating the files using Command + I, and changing it that way, but it only changed the 1 file I was looking at (even when I said change all) but Apache still doesn't work...

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Sounds like you shell startup file got messed up or that install created one and didn't set things up correctly.

There is a variable the shell uses called PATH that lists all the paths and order to your terminal executables. Type 'echo $PATH' at the command prompt to see if anything is listed. Mine has the following;

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/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin:/usr/local/mysql/bin
I'd also see if svnx has a forum you can ask your question on.

This discussion of shell scripts may be of help.

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