I also tried the /etc/profile.d file None of them seem to modify the path statement. See below[[email protected]_name ~]$ echo $PATH/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/bin:/usr/lib/qt-3.3/bin:/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/l:/home/oracle/bin:/home/oracle/bin Any ideas? These characters have the following meaning: A character in the first column signifies an update to the actual file, whereas updates to the file's properties are shown in the second column. As with most subcommands, you can limit the scope of the update operation to a particular tree depth using the , the update operation will omit or reenlist individual working copy members by modifying their recorded ambient depth to the depth you specify (fetching information from the repository as necessary). See the section called “Sparse Directories” for more about sparse directories.
Documentation that covers engine and definition updates with FPSMC can be found in the Tech Net library at Signature Redistribution Jobs.
However, if you so choose, you can create your own schedules for performing updates.
Cloudmark downloads antispam updates directly from the cloud.
You can update multiple targets with a single invocation, and Subversion will not only gracefully skip any unversioned targets you provide it, but as of Subversion 1.7 will also include a post-update summary of all the updates it performed: $ cd my-projects $ svn update * Updating 'calc': U button.c U integer.c Updated to revision 394.
Skipped 'tempfile.tmp' Updating 'paint': A palettes.c U brushes.c Updated to revision 60.