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Old 17th November 2008
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Default Need to use full path to commands and xorg.config problem

I've got two problems with my newly installed FreeBSD 7.0 workstation.
  1. After installing X11 and Openbox, I can no longer access some commands directly. for example shutdown and pkg_version need the full path (/sbin/shutdown) or I get a 'command not found', while find on the other hand works without using full path. This applies for both root and users.
  2. I cannot find an xorg.conf file anywhere. X and Openbox both start up fine. I never ran xorgconfig after install, and to be honest, I'm a little afraid it might screw something up if I run it now . Will running xorgconfig create an xorg.conf file? Will the fact that X11 worked 'out-of-the-box' mean I can safely run xorgconfig and it will detect everything alright?

Thanks in advance.
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