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comment What does “0” mean in the owner and group permission lists of a file/folder?
@derobert on CentOS 6.3
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comment How to create command shortcut to .sh file?
Is better to copy whole firefox directory into /usr/local/bin/ or better no copy only containment of directory (i.e. binary files)?
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comment How to create command shortcut to .sh file?
yes, I tried /opt/firefox/firefox - it too don't help, but ln -s /opt/firefox/firefox /usr/local/bin/firefox helped! thanks. export PATH=$PATH:/new/path (as answered binfalse) exist only within terminal session, but after executing your command reference to firefox persisted in system..But can you explain why you mapped firefox.sh to local/bin/firefox? Why local/bin/firefox?
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comment How to create command shortcut to .sh file?
yes. you right. helped. But I use CentOs, and I know if I execute export command so "exported" variable will exist only within terminal session, after closing terminal all variables added using export will be removed - this rules also may be applied in our case (i.e. extending $PATH variable)? Or this change will be saved (even after reboot) because we only extend (not create) $PATH?
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comment How to create command shortcut to .sh file?
I downloaded tar.bz2 file of Firefox and unarchived it to /opt/. Hmm, where is place to put binary files in linux? P.S. Sym-lin (i.e. ln -s command) add information to $PATH environment variable?
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