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  Linux three ways to set environment variables
     
  Add Date : 2017-04-13      
         
         
         
  1, In the Windows system, a lot of software installation is required to configure the environment variables, such as installation of jdk, if you do not configure the environment variables, run the javac command in non-software installation directory, the report will not find the file, similar errors.

2, what is the environment variable? Simply put, is to specify a directory and run the software, the program will look for relevant documents in accordance with the directory. Setting variables for the average person the most useful features is this: do not copy some dll files to the system directory, while the path of the system variable is a series of route search system dll file

In the Linux system, if you download and install the application, it is likely "command not found" prompt content appears when typing its name. If every time to the installation directory folder, find the executable file for the operation would be too cumbersome. This involves setting the environment variable path problem, and Path setting is an integral part of the custom environment variables under Linux

Linux are three ways to set environment variables:

If you want to join a path to $ PATH, you can do this as follows:

1, set up the console, not in favor of this approach, because he works only for the current shell, for a shell set is invalid:

$ PATH = "$ PATH": / NEW_PATH (closed shell Path will revert to the original path)

2, edit / etc / profile file, if your computer is only as developers keep pushing the use of this approach, since all users have the right to use the shell environment variables, it may give the system security issues. This is for all users, all of the shell

In the / etc / profile of the bottom add: export PATH = "$ PATH: / NEW_PATH"

3, modify bashrc files, this method is more secure, it can have permission to use these environmental variables to control user level, here is tied to a specific user, if you need to give a user permission to use these environment variables, you only you need to modify the .bashrc file their personal user home directory on it.

Add the following:

Export PATH = "$ PATH: / NEW_PATH"
     
         
         
         
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