bash reports "port command not found"

Richard Rucker rrucker at
Fri Sep 19 07:57:42 PDT 2008

On Sep 19, 2008, at 10:51 AM, Kevin Walzer wrote:

> Richard Rucker wrote:
>> Environment:
>>  MacBook Pro running OS X 10.5.5
>>  Xcode 3.1.1 Developer Tools standard installation
>> 1. Installed latest version of MacPorts for Leopard, version  
>> 1.6.0,  this morning using default option. Installer reported a  
>> successful  installation.
>> 2. Successfully verified the .profile file using the env command.
>> 3. Attempted to list the all available ports using
>>      port list
>>    bash reported "port: command not found"
>> 4.  Attempted to install some dependencies for D-Rats using this   
>> command:
>>       sudo port install  <list of 4 file names>
>>    bash reported "port: command not found"
>> I checked the FAQ and archives (sorta), but didn't find this as a   
>> reported problem.
> Try opening a new Terminal window. When your .profile is changed,  
> such as with new additions to your $path,  those changes will not be  
> reflected in the current window.
> -- 
> Kevin Walzer
> Code by Kevin


Thanks for the suggestion, but no cigar.  Bash still reports the port  
command as not found.


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