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 ...
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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 ...