I want to add a path to the
PATH environment variable?
I have tried with
export PATH=/mypath:$PATH and it works. But the next time I start the Terminal, my new path is not int the
PATH environment variable any more.
How can I add a path to the
PATHenvironment variable? and it should be there also the next time I start the Terminal.
I have problems with this now again, the trick that worked before doesn't seem to work anymore.
I have tried with:
echo 'export GRADLE_HOME=/Users/jonas/gradle-1.2/' >> ~/.profile echo 'export PATH=GRADLE_HOME/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.profile
to add two environment variables. Then my
~/.profile-file has this content:
export GRADLE_HOME=/Users/jonas/gradle-1.2/ export PATH=GRADLE_HOME/bin:$PATH
But when I start a new Terminal window and type
gradle (the command I added to PATH), I get a message that the command doesn't exists. If I run the command from
/Users/jonas/gradle-1.2/bin it works fine!