Permanently add a directory to shell PATH on Linux

Posted by LinuxCareer on Oct 13, 2021 12:19 PM EST
linuxconfig.org; By Luke Reynolds
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When you type a command into a Linux terminal, what’s really happening is that a program is being executed. Normally, to execute a custom program or script, we need to use its full path, such as /path/to/script.sh or just ./script.sh if we’re already in its residing directory. Alternatively, we can execute a lot of commands without specifying paths, like uptime or date, etc.

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