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I have had the worse two weeks started with Ubuntu 12.04 , and updating to 14.04 had problem , just after a good luck of successfully installing brand new ubuntu 14.04 I now got the nightmare again so pls help me .

My problem started as I was setting env for golang which has something to do with editing the .bashrc , and I have followed their step : Which is adding bellows line to the bashrc after dropping to the root user .

    gedit ~/.bashrc

And added those lines

    export GOROOT=/usr/local/go
    export GOPATH=$HOME/go
    export PATH=$PATH:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin

And save file and enter comand source .bashrc And try to test with golang just no thing have been effected so I have searched and find someone suggested on a blog post that should add three lines which as he said it will make any change available to logging and non logging ( it will make bashrc write to bash_profile) those three lines a I can't remember only :

    IF
    [......]
    Fi

After I did and save change command prompt got hang and stopped operating. I restart to find that I can log in to the screen after entering password. Every time I got back to login screen, just giving me information about my last login.

So I tried with recovery mode and after entering mount remount command and try to enter nano command I got a pink screen.

Please help me.

Thank you in advance.

Update : Solution. i reboot into a live usb and then try ubuntu , later open ubuntu and drop to root and mount the partition which has my ubuntu installed on then:

cd  /media/ubuntu/sda5/
cp /etc/skel/.bashrc /
cp /etc/skel/.bashrc /root

thing just worked out.

Thanks guy

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    Please use the formatting tools to differentiate between normal text and commands. Did you actually add Export GOROOT or was it export GOROOT? Did you run gedit ~/.bashrc as root? What pink screen? Can you show us your .bashrc? – terdon Sep 17 '15 at 12:49
  • yes i used gedit as a root. about the pink screen it show only when i use recovery mod and doesn't show any text at all . so is it possible to edit the bashrc as i can get into guest ssession ? or is it possible to restore from live usb of ubuntu ? thanks sir – Abdo Ruzaqi Sep 17 '15 at 13:22
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    Please edit your question and include the answers to all the questions I asked. – terdon Sep 17 '15 at 13:28

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