if I type
I only get
how can I add
/usr/local/sbin to the path, so it is already there the next time?
(I use debian squeeze)
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The easiest way is to add this line to your user's
Bear in mind that
/usr/local/sbin are not in normal users' $PATHs by default because these directories tend to contain "dangerous" executables. Things like
deluser that need administrative privileges and can harm your computer. They should be in
root's path by default and you need to be
root to run them anyway, so it migh be a good idea not to add them to a normal user's $PATH.