I recently messed up my .bashrc file, which I mentioned in this question: How do I restore .bashrc to its default?, and I can't find a way to restore .bashrc to its default that works.
I can't make commands in the terminal because every time I try I receive an error message along the lines of
The command could not be located because '/usr/bin' is not included in the PATH >environment variable.
On other questions I have seen that some recommendations for this problem involve using default files in /etc/skel/ (Problem in .bashrc ).
This won't work for me, as I looked in /etc/skel/, and realized that I have practically no files at all in there! I don't know why this is.
Also, solutions that involve using the terminal don't seem to work because every time I use the terminal I get the above-mentioned error message.
I'd be really appreciative if anybody could help me solve this problem. I'm somewhat new to Ubuntu, and I'm having difficulties with this issue.
source ~/.bashrcin the terminal