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How to add /home/username/bin to $PATH? [duplicate]

Show how you can add /home/<yourusername>/bin to the $PATH variable. Use $HOME (or ~) to represent your home directory.
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How to add path of a program to $PATH environment variable? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to add a directory to my path? I need to use a program in my job. I followed the installation instructions of this PROGRAM. However, when I try to run it the message ...
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How to permanently set an environment variable [duplicate]

I am completely new to Ubuntu, and I would permanently set an environment variable. I have read here that I have to set ~/.profile, but I don't know how to apply it. In my case I would permanently set ...
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ANACONDA - I have to type export PATH=~/anaconda3/bin:“$PATH” everytime I rerun the terminal [duplicate]

Whenever I open a terminal, I have to write export PATH=~/anaconda3/bin:$PATH to use any feature of anaconda I want a persistent path.
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Add program to PATH [duplicate]

A new Question today :). I've downloaded Sublime Text 2 for Linux (x32). Now I want to add it to the PATH-Variable. How does this work? Greets, Baldoius
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How to create a PATH environment variable for Android Studio? [duplicate]

I am a newbie and have no idea about linux or ubuntu. I have successfully installed Android studio but have problem in opening it. The developer site instructs to add PATH environment variable but I ...
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How to edit the `$PATH` variable [duplicate]

Where exactly is the $PATH variable stored? I am changing the /etc/environment file with my desired path. Then I am doing echo $PATH and the old version is showed.
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Add command to lauch a new application from terminal [duplicate]

I've installed BlueGriffon on Ubuntu 13.04 x64bit. I've add it to Unity Launcher by creating a "bluegriffon.desktop" file. Now I want to launch bluegriffon directly from terminal; assuming that the ...
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Setting Environment Variables for Android Studio [duplicate]

I am running cordova, so i wanted to install android-sdk. Here is the path Android-Studio Path = /home/apps/android-studio Android- /Android/Sdk Whenever i tried to add via export.. it seems to be ...
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export PATH doesn't work correctly [duplicate]

I have a problem with $PATH export. The only place I found where I modify $PATH is /etc/environment: ANDROID_HOME="/opt/ADT/adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20130522/sdk" PROJECT_HOME="/home/tomaszchabinka/...
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How can I add a directory to my PATH? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to add a directory to my path? I created a .bash_aliases file with the following contents: PATH=$PATH:$HOME/opt/bin So it adds /home/myuser/opt/bin to $PATH. I made this ...
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What is the equivalent command to pathmunge in CentOS? [duplicate]

I have some installation instructions but they use pathmunge which caused me an error in Ubuntu. What is the equivalent syntax to the following script to do the same in Ubuntu? /etc/profile.d/openssl....
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How to make added PATH permanent [duplicate]

I recently installed Swift 3.0 on my Ubuntu 16.04, and if I want to access the swift shell, I have to put in export PATH=/home/thebigfootsdad/Downloads/swift-3.0-preview-1-ubuntu15.10/usr/bin:"${...
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How do I set a path permanently? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to add a directory to my path? I am trying to install the play framework permanently. http://www.playframework.org/documentation/2.0.2/Installing export PATH=$PATH:/path/...
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Changes to $PATH won't save after closing the terminal session [duplicate]

I downloaded the latest version of Scala and saved it to /opt folder. Then I tried to add /opt/scala-2.11.2/bin to the PATH in order to have easier access to commands like scala and scalac. After ...
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