The concept that software will look in several folders, in the order stored as the path, to find which programs should be allowed to run.

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Strange path environment

Is it normal to have all this stuff in my path environment? ...
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User's home folder path displaying problem

Let's say the name of my current account is johndoe. Open Finder Preferences, and set "New Finder window show" to johndoe, and add it to sidebar. Then each time opening up Finder after a reboot or ...
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Path export is not working

I'm trying to create a phonegap app but when i run cordova platform add android, I get the error: Error: An error occured during creation of android sub-project. ...
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What is the complete, authoritative way in which Mac OSX 10.9 and later builds its PATH?

I have read just about every article on this subject. To wit, I know about: launchctl setenv /etc/launchd.conf /etc/paths /etc/paths.d/* /etc/profile /etc/bashrc ~/.profile ~/.bashrc ...
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File path error in Applescript/TextExpander

I use the following code to open my dropbox folder quickly using textexpander. tell application "Finder" activate set f to POSIX file "/Users/MrT/Dropbox" open f end tell Which works, ...
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bash- command not fount error

I tried to install omnet++ on my Macbook pro (OS 10.10) yesterday. I got an error so I delete path in my bash-profile. Now, every command I try to run in my terminal shows an error of command not ...
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Secure delete an erased file using same file

Okay, so I have a late 2013 model retina macbook pro. A couple a days ago i placed a sensitive file on the desktop, and later deleted it by emptying the trashcan. I then read that was not the way to ...
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Path to my background images on IOS8 iphone or How to recover my background's images from my iphone

I made a great picture and place it as background at my iphone , now i cannot find it anymore at my camera roll. I need this picture that is still as my backgroud image. Just give me route or a path ...
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I get errors when trying to install GTK+3 on my Mac OSX 10.9 system

I'm trying to install GTK+3 on my Mac OSX 10.9 system to run a pyGObject project I've been developing in Ubuntu. It runs perfectly on Ubuntu, so I wanted to test cross-platform compatibility. I'm ...
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Help on setting path right

I'm following these instructions to install CUDA on my Mac and need some help concerning path variables. I already installed the package but need to set up the required environment variables: export ...
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Using variables in pathnames and pathname variable help plus finding username applescript?

So, I want to have my script to be able to find out the current user's username and store it in a variable (myUsername). Then, it will go to /Users/myUsername/Desktop/FV.app. How can I do this and ...
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Configure a separate root folder for Sites directory

I have re-written this entire post as I realized it originally did not make much sense (That would be a funny comment for a program). I'm developing a web project in localhost with a very organized ...
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Reset Aperture Import Locations (paths for referenced masters)?

I run Aperture 3.5 (latest at the time of writing this) and I use referenced masters. Over the time I've changed my directories now and then and all my files are now neatly stored on one drive in one ...
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What's the path for Jitsi config files?

As near as I can tell, Jitsi is able to dial out and make a phone call using babytel: 17:35:39.320 INFO: [881] impl.protocol.sip.OperationSetBasicTelephonySipImpl.createOutgoingCall().184 Creating ...
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How do I accomplish the same task of a Bash script with an Apple script?

The following BASH script was written for a self-contained bundle, I would like to write an Apple script to accomplish the same thing, also in a self-contained bundle. How can I convert this BASH ...
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Bash shell doesn't inherit $PATH set in /etc/launchd.conf

I am new mac OS X user and recently I am setting up my laptop as a work environment. That concerns environment variables setting in shell. After some search work I found several ways to set ...
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path when I hit double tab

I am almost a newbie to command prompt control in Mac. Yesterday, when I open terminal and hit command prompt twice. I have a very neat result showing a few truly useful stuffs... But after I instal ...
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Excel VBA: correct path to shared folder on networked Macs?

Does anyone know the correct syntax for a hardcoded path to access a backup folder on a locally networked Mac? The original path to access the folder on the same machine is Mackintosh ...
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Editing $PATH variable for apache on mountain lion

I've just installed ImageMagick using macports and am trying to use it from a php site running on Apache, but nothing I do works to add /opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin to my path. So far I've tried ...
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Is it possible to change the PATH variable for a specific user in a single place and have it available on console and GUI applications too?

I am looking for a solution that would allow me to modify PATH for single OS X user but have the PATH available not only to console applications but also to GUI applications.
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Could not execute the java executable while running Play 1.2.1

I am facing this issue whenever I am trying to run Play 1.2.1 in my system. Previously, I had Play 2.0 in my system. I exported the $PATH variable so that $PATH contains the path to Play 2.0 ...
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why can't I find my shell in the path

I'm trying to set the default shell to use in the phpStorm term to zsh when I type which zsh or type zsh I get back zsh is /usr/bin/zsh and from the terminal ls /usr/bin/z* gives me ...