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iPrint and Linux MANPATH issue

I am not a Linux GURU to date but the Linux guys are complaining about
this after the installation of iPrint client.
......
iPrint client adds the following scripts:

/etc/profile.d/novell-iprint.csh
/etc/profile.d/novell-iprint.sh

which cause a failure in processing user .cshrc and .profile files if
MANPATH variable is not defined. And by default on Linux it is not
defined....

Solution is to edit the novell-iprint.csh and novell-iprint.sh files and
remove parts that modify MANPATH.
..........

What can we do to solve this?
Thanks
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Re: iPrint and Linux MANPATH issue

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