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Adding JAVA_HOME (JDK) in .bashrc

I just installed Ubuntu and am Java 7u55 (JDK) and am trying to configure JAVA_HOME as an environment variable. In ~/.bashrc I added: # Exports JAVA_HOME=/home/myuser/sandbox/java/7u55/jdk1.7.0_55 ...
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Seismic Unix Installation

when I edit /etc/environment file according to instructions here https://sites.google.com/site/ryanjearley/seismicunix_on_ubuntu this message appear and I can't save it, any help? ...
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Environment Variables and .bashrc [closed]

I need Help in this: that is how to do this Edit the setting file of the user. In our case it should be in the root directory of the user and the name is .bashrc or .bash_profile 2.- Add the ...
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1answer
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bashrc shortcuts in Tmux

I have sets many shortcuts in .bashrc profile of local user, and they work properly. Currently on my 12.04 system but when ever I tried to used them in tmux, I always get the same response command not ...
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help changing an environmental variable

I need a little help with this syntax. Do I use the quotes? Do I add these variables to .bashrc or bash? Are bash and .bashrc the same file? Where is the .bashrc file? What is the "." leading the ...
1
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1answer
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emacs when run from the Applications menu (via. desktop setting) doesn't load environment variables

So when I invoke emacs from the terminal, all my environment variables are loaded correctly from .bashrc. However, when I load emacs from the Ubuntu Application menu (by invoking the ...
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1answer
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Why this .pam_environment setting prevents me from logging in? [duplicate]

I'm trying to move things from my .bashrc to .pam_enviroment because of this. I've put the following into my .pam_environment but this prevents me from logging in because there should be some mistake. ...
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1answer
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Why Ubuntu doesn't load settings from my .bashrc/.profile for apps not started from bash? [duplicate]

At other and previous distros it was common for me to have the environment setup in .bashrc/.profile applied globally, whether I started applications from bash or not (IIRC). Now when I start ...
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How to set default environment variables for other users?

I installed postgres under Lubuntu 13.04. When I try to run it: sudo -u postgres psql it gives me this error: psql: could not connect to server: No such file or directory Is the server running ...
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1answer
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PATH not working even after successfully modifying it

For some reason I am successful in adding new directories to my $PATH but when I run the commands in the terminal the $PATH doesn't summon them. I modified the $PATH in the ~/.bashrc file, and added ...
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PATH variable resets with reboot

Just as the title indicates my PATH variable resets after every reboot. I read that I have to edit my bashrc file's PATH variable, but I don't have anything there that suggests anything related to the ...
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difference between bash.bashrc and /etc/environment file

Till data I was used to set my environment variables in the bash.bashrc file. Recently I told to use the /etc/environment file. Well, both work fine. So, what is the difference between them? I ...
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Why ~/.bash_profile is not getting sourced when opening a terminal?

Problem I have an Ubuntu 11.04 Virtual Machine and I wanted to set up my Java development environment. I did as follows sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk Added the following entries to ...
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Environment variables when run with 'sudo'

As example to my question, my ~/.bashrc file contains this lines: > export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/intel/mkl/lib/ia32:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH > export LD_PRELOAD=/opt/intel/mkl/lib/ia32/libmkl_core.so ...