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I've installed everything go-related from synaptic and later added ppa as described in the wiki: yet I cannot do "go get" for example

go get

says that go command is not found.

How should I install this "go" command?

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It works if you follow this procedure:… – Rolf Sep 25 '14 at 19:05
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That's a tool that seems to be released recently. If you install the golang-weekly package instead of golang-stable (available also through the ppa:gophers/go PPA), you'll see that go is available under /usr/bin directory.

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It works if you follow this procedure: Installing the Go Language

You have to modify your ~/.bashrc as follows.

nano ~/.bashrc

export GOPATH=/srv/go
if [ -d "/usr/lib/go/bin" ] ; then
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