I'm a newbie to Ubuntu. I want to add some variables to my
PATH - I am using the following steps:
Open a terminal window.
Type the following commands:
export GOROOT=/home/linux/go/hg export GOOS=linux export GOARCH=386 export GOBIN=/home/linux/go/bin export PATH=$PATH:$GOBIN
When I type the following command in a terminal window:
env | grep '^GO'
GOBIN=/home/linux/go/bin/ GOARCH=386 GOROOT=/home/linux/go/hg GOOS=linux
I have tried the following command in a terminal window:
and pasted the following lines at the end of the file:
GOROOT=/home/linux/go/hg GOOS=linux GOARCH=386 GOBIN=/home/linux/go/bin
The problem is that
env is not showing the above mentioned variables in
PATH. Perhaps I am using the wrong command to store the paths, or storing my path variables in the wrong file?
Can someone guide me where and how to store the above mentioned variables in the