I have a similar problem to the previous poster.
I'd like to get UEX up and running at work (on Suse 11), but I don't want to go through the hassle of getting the systems administrators to install it (I'm happy using my personal license for it here).
The RPM won't let me install in a different location, so that leaves me with the tar file.
I can put uex in my ~/bin directory and dump /share in my ~ directory, but then when I run uex it complains that;
05:15:39 PM: can't open file '/opt/local/uex/share/uex/ipms/ipm_bottom.html' (error 2: No such file or directory)
If I cd into ~/bin and run uex then it correctly locates the share directory in "../share" and opens without errors.
Is there any way to install it in such a way that it doesn't search for the share directory in /usr/opt if uex is installed to ~/bin and added to the PATH? Perhaps an environment variable that specifies the location of the share directory?
ps. It's about bloody time