Posted by Frank DaCosta on August 24, 2001 at 08:05:16:
In Reply to: Re: Radiance fatal error posted by Greg McHugh on August 24, 2001 at 00:13:36:
There should be a space in the middle of that command, in between the "path" and the "%path%;c:\radiance\bin". The DOS command is "path", and the argument it takes is "%path%;c:\radiance\bin" .
Just a moment's tutorial. Your path is a list of folders that the PC will try if it cannot find a file in the current folder. The "path" command lets you set that list, with folder names separated by a semicolon. The "%path%" token means "this is your path list right now". So, when you tell the "path" command to set the path to "%path%;c:\radiance\bin", you are saying, "Take my path list as of right now, and append c:\radiance\bin to the end of it."
You should be good to go now. Just do something like this:
c:\> cd \temp\work
c:\temp\work> path %path%;c:\radiance\bin
c:\temp\work> rad test.rif
Let me know what happens next!