I am trying to source my .profile file to easily access a directory of javatools. The bash code below seems like it should work but it does not. Any help troubleshooting this script would be very much ...
After following the steps at the Chromium OS Developer site, I would like to know how I could add the path to my .bashrc file so I could make it permanent? I am using Ubuntu 13.10
Where can I find the .profile in my user's logon in SCO? I am needing to edit it, so I can add a PATH to it, so that my PATH loads up in start up. I have to add: echo $PATH ... as I have already ...
Possible Duplicate: How do I set a user environment variable? (permanently, not session) I use Suse. First was installed jdk7, so JAVA_HOME remains like: /usr/java/jdk1.7.0_05/ After I ...
I have installed node.js at custom location and added the location to the $PATH in .profile file. Hoons-MacBook-Air:npm Eonil$ node --version v0.6.2 Hoons-MacBook-Air:npm Eonil$ which node ...
Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to find out which files are setting/adding to environment variables, and their order of precedence? I am a Linux novice. I would like to edit my PATH ...