I've been trying to install Android developer tools on Eclipse, and I followed the information in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qk9c-Ug2UI&list=PLQOohAn5nxx43fqFugU6dIwSQNbvXdgi5 .
Like the video said, I added the following two lines of code to the .bashrc file
export PATH=$(PATH):-/android-sdk/tools/ export PATH=$(PATH):-/android-sdk/platform-tools/
It seems, however, that this did not help me to install the Android files on Eclipse, as I am still having problems with that. What's more, it seems that I can't make any command in the terminal without getting a major error now! Every time I try to make a command in the terminal I get the following message:
The command could not be located because '/usr/bin' is not included in the PATH environment variable.
Is there away to restore .bashrc to its default?