hi thakns for reply,
binaries are in "/usr/local/sbin"
so i added it to the default path folloing this:
....i thougth make install could do itself
Open Source installers DO NOT mess with individual user shell initialization scripts. Open Source project may be installed on single user systems, or multi-user systems so to update every possible user's shell initialization files becomes a nightmare. For example which accounts should be updated, and which are daemon accounts that should be left along. Which shell does the user of each account prefer to use? And for some shells, there are multiple different shell initialzation files, so which one does the shell initialzation file select. And if the user already has a PATH environment variable in a shell initializaton file that gets executed AFTER the file the installer choose (.bash_profile vs .bashrc), then all the installers work would be for nothing, and worse confuse the user. And the user already has the directory in PATH, but they are not logged in, does the installer parse all the other user's shell initialzation files to figure out if that user does not need an update PATH, or does it blindly add yet another export PATH to one of the shell initialization files?
Open Source installers worry about the getting the app built and installed. It leaves the user's personal files alone, for very good reasons :-)