How to set PATH permanently
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 23, 2002
I am trying to set PATH permanently for java, but i get errors , i used the following commands
PATH = /home/ust/...j2sdk1.3.1_04/bin:$PATH
it worked properly, then i used
.$HOME/.profile (I got file or directory not found) also i tried
.$HOME/.bash_profile ( i got the same error)
any help appreicated
how to set path? permanently
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 4, 2007
i just installed jdk6 and i want 2 set the path permanently.
coz every time i wanna call java i have to type the entire path.
also would this help firefox to be able to call java runtime Environment (JRE)?
Set path Permanently
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2010
I'm a newbie to the forums here, I'm a bit confused what to post where... Please pardon me. I have installed Ubuntu 10.04 32 bit in my Dell Studio 15. I've installed TeXLive2009 distribution and I need to add path to my username permanently.
I don't want to execute this line each and everytime when I open new terminal. Please suggest me a method where I can add it permanently.
Earlier, I think in Ubuntu 9.04, I used to add it to .bashrc file. But now, the file looks completely different, with all sorts of if statements. Hence I didn't want to touch it. Please suggest a way to add path to LaTeX permanently.
How to set PATH for all the users, permanently on Fedora 8?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 15, 2011
I am failing to set PATH for all the users on a linux box(Fedora 8), permanently.
Basically, I have installed two different versions of python(2.5 & 2.7)
Python2.5 path is /usr/bin and it is set by default for all users(not by me, also i don't know how ) and it is working fine.
Python2.7 path is /usr/bin/Python27/bin, so tried this:
And it worked only for that particular session and for only root, as I set path from root user.
So, i need this to be set for all the users on the linux box, including root, more importantly as permanent. So if any user types "python27" at the command prompt, it should give python2.7 prompt.
Any help would be appreciated.
And if any more information needed, I would do that.
Thanks in advance..
How to permanently set $PATH on Linux?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I'm trying to add a directory to my path so it will always be in my Linux path. I've tried:
This works, however each time I exit the terminal and start a new terminal instance, this path is lost, and I need to run the export command again.
How can I do it so this will be set permanently?
How to set PATH variables
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 16, 2006
This may be a terribly easy question but being a newbie to the whole Linux stuff... I dont have any other option than asking it openly and accepting frankly my ignorance..
So how to set environment variables in Linux.
I think I have to use set PATH variable..
But I am dont want to take risk..
Also unlike Windows there seems to be many paths...
Will export pathname=PATH1;PATH2; suffice?
Also how to view the current PATHs..
All info regarding environmental variable setiing and manipulating are welcome
Thanks to all
how to set path in ubuntu terminal
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2013
How to set path for the file creation?
Whenever I am using cd command with specific path its not working..
Now what i have to do ?
11.10 how can add a dir to $PATH permanently
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 30, 2011
I can add a directory to $PATH temporarily. I would like to add a directory to $PATH permanently. I was reading trying to figure it out. I think I need to edit either ~/.bashrc or .profile but cant open with gedit. and there is no ~/.bash_profile like other sites suggest to edit.
to add it temperaly I..
How to set PATH
How do I set PATH environment variable?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 1, 2003
I'm trying to install a program, but I get the message
"No Java virtual machine could be found from your PATH
environment variable. You must install a VM prior to
running this program."
I have already installed JVM. So my question is: how do I set the path so I can install the program?
how to set path to include g++ libraries
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 29, 2008
(please pardon the repeat post, I put this up in another section and was advised it was more appropriate here.)
I have done a fair bit of programming in c++, but I am pretty much a nube at Linux.
I've written a c++ code that has dependencies on gsl (gnu scientific library) and I had thought that setting the compiler to include the path to link with your libraries involves adding a simple line to the .bashrc file. For me it has not been so simple.
I've run it several times on other computers, so I know the code itself is bug-free, but it won't link when I try to compile it at home using this:
$ g++ program.cpp -o executable.x
(I also tried using -lgsl, and a few others at the end of this)
my .cpp file starts off like this:
// plus a few other "includes" let's just use these 2 as an example
int main(int argc, char *argv)
double x = gsl_sf_log(3.5);
double y = gsl_sf_airy(2.9);
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