I'm using zsh as my shell, and I'm trying to configure my environment. I usually define my $JAVA_HOME variable by creating a file: /etc/profile.d/java.sh with the following content export ...
In ~/.profile I have this: . "$HOME/projects/devenv.sh" In $HOME/projects/devenv.sh I have: BASEDIR=$(dirname $0) export APILIB_CONFIG="$BASEDIR/apilib.conf" echo "$APILIB_CONFIG" When I open a ...
My shell is zsh and OS is Ubuntu 13.04 I need to add directory to $PATH to make it work in following places: In graphical environment(Unity) (such as startup applications, gmrun program that runs ...
I have been trying to get a program called "passenger-memory-stats" to run as the super user. The program is installed in the following directory: /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p327/bin/ruby . I ...
How can I find out in which configuration file the environment variable $MANPATH is set? Is there a way to backtrace the values? I am aware of that I can grep through the whole file system using find ...