Jim Reisert AD1C
Jim Reisert AD1C <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thu, 24 Jun 1999 22:19:44 -0400
At 10:14 PM 6/24/99 -0400, KEN CARUSO wrote:
> Also, useful and related is the syntax of the CTPATH environment variable.
>This can be set with a DOS command in Autoexec.bat (or issued right from
>the C: prompt): SET CTPATH=n: where n is the disk letter that the CT.CFG
>file sits on. It is not necessary for it to sit in the same area as CT.
>Note there is no \ after the colon.
That may well be true, but the directory that CTPATH points to MUST have
all the .DAT and .CTY files in it as well. It's just as easy to have the
CT program itself, all the TSRs and all the data files in the same
directory, pointed to by CTPATH (and also in your PATH so the program and
TSRs will run from any directory). If you want a custom CT.CFG file in a
different directory, then just create a separate directory for your new
log, and put a copy of CT.CFG in that directory. CT will choose this one
first, instead of the one pointed to by CTPATH.
73 - Jim AD1C
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