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Thread: User looks in /usr/local/bin intead of /usr/bin

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    User looks in /usr/local/bin intead of /usr/bin

    I'm clearly overlooking something but have no idea what.

    I've installed wine from git a while ago, but now I want to tryout 1.1.35.
    So I rminstalled the git-wine and reinstalled wine 1.1.35.

    When I run "wine" as root everything is going fine.
    When I run "wine" as my regular user I get this error:

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    bash: /usr/local/bin/wine: Bestand of map bestaat niet
    (File or directory doesn't exist)

    So it's looking for /usr/local/bin/wine, even though wine is in /usr/bin ...

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    Re: User looks in /usr/local/bin intead of /usr/bin

    Is /usr/bin in your $PATH?

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    Re: User looks in /usr/local/bin intead of /usr/bin

    Yes it is. I don't believe anything would work otherwise.

    But the fact that he's saying that /usr/local/bin/wine doesn't exist is strange.
    Any other, non-existing command gives a "command not found" error:

    winel: command not found

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