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Reset your PATH variable

Everytime I open Terminal I need to set the PATH using:

PATH=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin

Otherwise commands like 'ls' do not work. This is a pain. How do you fix the PATH so that each time you open the Terminal you don't need to set the PATH?

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    If you need to do this every time, something is broken. – You Aug 28 '12 at 13:00
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You can do this by editing the .profile file in your home directory - just add your PATH command into there and it will be executed each time you open a Terminal window.

You can read about some other ways to do this in this question.

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One good way is to set your environment variables in /etc/launchd.conf, as shown here. Putting them in launchd.conf makes them accessible in the terminal as well as in any code you may write which uses the environment settings.

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