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I'm trying to install virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper to set up and IDE for Python, following a tutorial for this on Ubuntu I accidentally entered the wrong path to the virtualenvwrapper. When I try to source the .bashrc I get the following error

 -bash: /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh: No such file or directory
 -bash: /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh: No such file or directory

I can't find these directories being listed in my path variable, and thus, can't remove them. How would I find and remove these variables?

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PATH is usually set up in ${HOME}/.bashrc, the file yousource`d. To see which line, you could type:

grep -n virtualenvwrapper ${HOME}/.bashrc

Redo the step of the "tutorial for this on Ubuntu" (no actual link, and why should I go read it anyhow?) that had you entering the PATH, or edit ${HOME}/.bashrc yourself.

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  • This worked, I didn't put in the link because I believed it to be pointless, the problem was more with changing the path variable rather than the tutorial itself. Will mark as answer. – Heasummn Aug 22 '15 at 20:06

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