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PATHS(3) BSD Library Functions Manual PATHS(3)
paths -- default system paths
The <paths.h> header defines some default paths used in NetBSD. All defined constants are
prefixed with _PATH. The constants include:
o The default user search path set by login(1) and associated utilities such as
rshd(8). This is defined by _PATH_DEFPATH and includes directories such as
/usr/bin and /usr/local/bin.
o Default paths for some utilities and device nodes. Examples include such paths as
/dev/null (_PATH_DEVNULL), /dev/mem (_PATH_MEM), and /etc/nologin (_PATH_NOLOGIN),
o Paths for some default directories such as /dev (_PATH_DEV) and /tmp (_PATH_TMP)
as well as paths for some miscellaneous utilities such as csh(1), /bin/csh
whereis(1), sysexits(3), types(3), hier(7)
The <paths.h> header is specific to NetBSD.
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