Originally Posted by smfinley
Usually "sh <filename>".
I don't understand.
To make my question clear, let me take an example.
I have try.ex file in my current directory.
If I type try.ex, it can't find this file but I type ./try.ex, it will work.
My question is what's the way to solve this problem permenantly by adding something to some system file, which will be loaded automatically when start.
I know there is some way to do this because I saw somebody did this.