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PATH (all upper case) is the name of an environment variable on Unix-like operating systems, DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows, specifying a set of directories where executable programs are searched for.

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file with your file editor, for e.g gedit ~/.bashrc Add the below line to the bottom of your .bashrc file alias node-webkit=/path/to/node-webkit Do source ~/.bashrc to be able to use the alias as if … it were a command. The way this works is like #define in C/C++, when you type node-webkit, it will be replaced with the right hand side of the alias definition, which here is the full path to the executable. …
answered Dec 5 '12 by Karthik T
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If you are not willing to just copy the home directory over, or if you have encryption, one option is to install all compiled binaries in a central location like /usr/local/bin/ that way binaries are accessible to everyone and automatically on PATH as well, so your 2nd requirement is satisfied. …
answered Jan 15 '13 by Karthik T