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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting How to run cmds after changing to a new env (shell) in a shell script Post 302246871 by Franklin52 on Tuesday 14th of October 2008 03:18:10 PM
Old 10-14-2008
Try:

Code:
. cadenv

or use the full path:

Code:
. /path/to/cadenv

Regards
 

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