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You can perform these steps: $ mkdir ~/bin $ cd ~/bin The first command created the directory in your personal space with the tilde symbol (~) pointing to your personal space. You can also add this directory to your command search path by executing: $ export PATH=$PATH:~/bin When logging in the system will test for the ~/bin directory and ...


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No, the terminal is not a text editor (even though it can be used as one). The terminal is a program where you can issue commands to your system. Commands are nothing but binaries (executables in the form of binary language) and scripts located in specific paths of your system. Each command executes one specific task. There are a few text editors for the ...



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