I'm using Mac OS 10.8. I ran the
/sw/fink/bin/init.sh script using the
bash command which was supposed to make the
fink/bin folder part of the
$PATH variable for the current session.
The fink command didn't work, so I ran the script again with the
. command which I was told was equivalent to the
source command; I was able to call fink now without an absolute path.
. work and not
bash? Is it because the
bash commands run with their own temporary