* Joshua Ballanco <jballanc / gmail.com> [2007-06-07 09:05]:
>What does your path look like? (in terminal: printenv PATH). The ./ 
>directory is not in their by default, so you would have to type 
>something like ./script/server. To save yourself the trouble of having 
>to do that each time, just add ./ to your path in your shell's rc file:

You don't need to use ./ when you already have a directory name ('script' in this case) in the command.

'script/server' is the same as './script/server'.

You only need ./ if you are already in the same directory as a command.

     cd script
     ./server

Also, adding '.' to your PATH is generally a bad idea.  You might end up running a command you didn't expect.