Yes, open .bashrc with gedit. View hidden files with nautilus in your home folder by pressing
Then add the following at the end of the file:
Now you will see, if you put an executeable in
/path/to/another/bin, it is runnanble from the terminal.
For example, execute the following in your terminal (i assume ~/bin is /path/to/bin):
$ echo "echo 'hi'" > ~/bin/testing_things
$ chmod +x ~/bin/testing_things
and now you can just execute
So probably for the program you just have add that line to $PATH, so it can directly execute the executables.
I haven't heard of LD_LIBRARY_PATH yet, but hopefully adding
.bashrc will work.