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My java files are in /home/joe/Learning/Java folder, but can not run them in home directory. Works fine when I change to the specific directory. How can I add this to my $PATH. I tried so many. but no avail. Can someone help

  • Did you right click the file choose properties and make it executabe – Mark Kirby Aug 24 '14 at 9:04
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If you want to run files locally without adding the path to your command, an easy way is to store them in ~/bin.

Make sure they are executable.

Another way is to create a link in ~/bin to the file (ln -sf)

I think this is the most appropriate way for a "learning" file as you mention it.

  • This is good advice you can move you files from terminal like this sudo cp -R /home/joe/Learning/Java/FILENAMEHERE ~/bin – Mark Kirby Aug 24 '14 at 9:07
  • The sudo will not be needed to copy them locally, and the file needs to be on the first level. – Jacob Vlijm Aug 24 '14 at 9:09

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