I'm sorry if this question is asked in a different way before. I did my due search effort on Google and StackOverFlow(SOF), but the search terms that I tried haven't returned the answer I was looking for.
The problem is: I have installed Python virtualenv locally (that is, in "~/.local/") because I don't have sudo access to my school machine. The virtualenv now sits in "~/Download/modules/virtualenv-1.9.1/" and when I try to use it, I always have to type in something like:
$ python ~/Download/modules/virtualenv-1.9.1/virtualenv.py --distribute venv
I would like to do something like
$ virtualenv --distribute venv
I know I can add "alias" in "~/.cshrc" (or bash equivalent), but I'm wondering if there is alternative way to do this rather than adding more aliases. Sincere apology if this is a repeated (and naive/beginner) question. As I mentioned before, I wasn't successful in coming up with correct search terms to figure out the solution on Google/SOF. Thank you for your help.