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  Php and MySQL command add to the environment variable method in Linux system
  Add Date : 2017-04-13      
  After installing php and MySQL on Linux CentOS system for ease of use, you need to php and mysql command added to the system command, if not previously added to the environment variables, perform "php -v" command to view the current php version information from time to time , it prompts errors command does not exist, here we explain in detail under the linux php and mysql is added to the environment variable approach (assuming php and mysql are installed in / usr / local / webserver / php / and / usr / local / webserver / mysql / in).

Method one: Run the command directly export PATH = $ PATH: / usr / local / webserver / php / bin and export PATH = $ PATH: / usr / local / webserver / mysql / bin
Using this method, valid only for the current session, that is to say whenever the log out or log off your system later, PATH setting will fail, just a temporary effect.

Method two: Perform vi ~ / .bash_profile PATH line to modify the file in the / usr / local / webserver / php / bin and / usr / local / webserver / mysql / bin was added to the PATH = $ PATH: $ HOME / bin after row
This method is effective only for the currently logged on user

Method three: Modify / etc / profile file to make it permanent entry into force, and applies to all users of the system at the end of the file add the following two lines of code
PATH = $ PATH: / usr / local / webserver / php / bin: / usr / local / webserver / mysql / bin
export PATH

Finally: Run the source / etc / profile or execute command ./profile point to make changes to take effect, can be viewed by executing the echo $ PATH command is added successfully.
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