I installed BurpSuiteCommunity and the executable went to
/opt folder, so I moved it to /usr/bin because
/usr/bin is part of my PATH and most of applications were already there. I tried to do run
BurpSuiteCommunity in my home folder but it could not find the command. Then I found that the application is actually in
/usr/bin/BurpSuiteCommunity/BurpSuiteCommunity. If I were to go into that directory and run
BurpSuiteCommunity the application would run.
I tried to make a symlink in
/usr/local/bin (which is in my PATH) that points to BSC. If I try to go back to my home folder and type
burp I get a message which says
zsh: no such file or directory: ./usr/bin/BurpSuiteCommunity/BurpSuiteCommunity
How can I type
burp anywhere and run my application?
This is what I did to fix the problem:
I moved BSC back to /opt as suggested by mikem.
I modified by .zshrc by adding this export statement:
I then modified by .zshrc again by adding this alias:
Then I typed
zshto restart the shell. Resolved.