Ok. So, I'm used to Ubuntu and CentOS more than redhat, so I'm hoping there's some obvious solution to this that I'm missing.
I've installed Anaconda (Python). I've placed it in:
I would like for myself and all users to be able to have the following in their paths:
I have googled around and have gained a lot of conflicting information about how to "properly" accomplish my mission.
Stuff I have tried:
- Adding a bash script to /etc/profile.d
- Editing /etc/profile
- Editing /etc/bashrc
- Adding to root bashrc
- Editing user .bashrc
All edits involved some form of:
Option 2 yielded the addition of /opt/anaconda3/bin to the path for multiple users, but after terminal restarts still did not run the commands within bin (i.e. conda install, ipython notebook, etc.)