Path in computer file systems is in general the human-readable address of a filename or directory specifying a unique location in a file system, and expressed by a string of path components separated by a delimiter (most commonly the slash "/" or the backslash "\"). PATH (variable), is an ...

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I changed my system path in system variables, how can I bring it back to what it was?

I've been trying to unlock my htc device's bootloader and I couldn't get a fastboot command from the cmd to work. I had tried everything and eventually I found this site which said that I just have to ...
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How To Extract Pattern from a folder path (VBA Excel)

I'm pretty new to vba excel and trying to reorganise a very large file structure. Basically, all our equipment has a tag in the form of [A-Z][0-9]0-9][0-9][A-Z] e.g. J452G being a compressor. Every ...
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Git in Visual Studio 2013 stops working abruptly

Yesterday, I went home with Git working perfectly well inside Visual Studio 2013. I could 'Compare with unmodified' for a source file, I would see the version control status of my source files, and ...
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Java Path Set Issue

I am using win server 2008, Trying to set java path. I set it in both user variables and system variables. yet, I couldn't access java. But when I check in java installed path It is working fine ...
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Where do my $PATHS come from on osx? [duplicate]

I KNOW this question it's kind of a duplication, but I think my problem is a bit different than the other questions I found here. If I echo $PATH, I can see the usual string with several paths. Ok. ...
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user path not merged with system path

On my Windows 7 machine, for some reason the user path is not merged with the system path variable when I start a new command prompt. I have seen other related questions answered by a reference to a ...
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Crontab cannot find program installed in local user's bin dir

I am trying to run a bash script on a dreamhost account that does some backup operations. The program I use to do the backup is installed in the home directory of the web hosting account under ...
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NSIS installer - change path based on dialog

Im trying to create an installer using NSIS, using "installer based on zip file". I'd like to create a dialog box at the beginning of install that gives the user 2 choices (32, 64), then depending ...
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Folder set up in linux for netbeans

Kind of new to linux. Learning PHP, I downloaded NetBeans IDE but having problems getting a new project to show up on left hand side with other projects. It keeps putting them in the source file of ...
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Overiding global command in unix

I am using a server, and I don't have root access. I need a newer version of a package. So, I installed it with the prefix to my local directory and updated $PATH and $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Since the ...
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Installing Cygwin with MinGW in windows

I wanted to install Cygwin in the C:\Cygwin (which is shown by default during installation). I have the C:\MinGW installed in that directory too(I mean C:\) Will this cause any problem when I install ...
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How to transverse to a long path using terminal easily using keyboard shortcuts?

Well i am a beginner to Linux environment and trying to learn some Linux commands . I find a difficulty to set my path to a particular path. When the path goes too big , I cannot type the whole path ...
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How to find all executable files in a windows directory?

I'm not sure of the commands or syntax needed to complete this but I thought it would be easy considering what I need it to do. Essentially I want to search C:\users\ for .exe files and output the ...
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Is there a way to reverse lookup which executable is being called?

I have multiple JDK's installed on my machine and I'm running on a system that has a pretty long path environment variable. Is there a way to see what my call to java resolves to? I'm looking for ...
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Very strange formatting of path coming out of BO

When using the web based version of business objects at work it says a certain path doesn't exist, while it most certainly does. An excel file is located at the end of this path where BO pulls data ...
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Replace “This PC” with actual - full - filesystem path

When accessing my libraries via This PC, the This PC keeps staying in the address bar. This is very inconvenient to me. I need to know where I am. I realize it is under C:\Users\Name\, but I need the ...
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Relative Path in Chain of Process Call

I have a Java program which executes a bunch of python and shell scripts, which in turn will call some other python/shell scripts. If I use relative paths in any of the scripts, would the paths be ...
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Is there a tool to “Copy/Paste from clipboard path” - reversed action of “Copy as path”?

Perhaps it's a duplicate but I just couldn't find it. Please let me know if so. I wonder if there is a simple tool to create a context menu on Windows Explorer to copy a file or a folder from the ...
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Windows - How to use user defined environment variables in system path

As the question states, I have some variables defined in my user environment in windows 8.1. Now I want to have something like this as a path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\iCLS ...
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Command Line Tool for Adding To Your Windows PATH, Permanently? [duplicate]

Is there a way to permanently modify your PATH from the command line? I find myself often trying to run a command or two on the DOS prompt, and find out it's not on my path. I manually find the ...
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How to recover from PATH being truncated to 1028 characters by SETX

I received an error on Windows 8 after trying to use SETX to add JAVA.exe to the Windows PATH variable: WARNING: The data being saved is truncated to 1024 characters. After a reboot, I notice that ...
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Why is “java” a valid command in terminal (bash) if it is not in my path?

On OSX, in the terminal, using the command: echo $PATH Gives me the following output: ...
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Mac : How to enter the full directory path in a save As Dialog?

Suppose I am editing a document/file in an app like MS office, text editor or emacs, etc and I want to save the document in a particular directory. On windows/linux, using my aliases, etc, I would ...
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How to recover system path variable on windows 8 (64 bit)?

I just deleted my system path variable while setting up java jdk. How to recover default setting?
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Image metadata - correct field for original (or previous) path name

What is the appropriate metadata field for 'original path' (ie not the current path)? Im about to reorganise my image library and I want to be sure that if necessary I can locate the original of an ...
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modify PATH variable outside terminal

I want to add to my PATH variable a folder containing personal scripts (for example ~/myTools). As I've read on forums and tutorials, if I put the corresponding commands (add to PATH and export) to ...
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Setting java path in bashrc and cshrc

My system java's version is 1.6, for running Eclipse I need jre 1.7. I've already downloaded and unpacked the archive of java 1.7, but I cant change the default path from /usr/bin/java to my unpacked ...
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Why is “setx” not setting my path properly?

So I use this command: setx path "C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath;C:\Program Files (x 86)\NVIDIA Corporation\PhysX\Common;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_45\bin;C:\Win ...
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Windows 7 path not being set

I've read an followed all stack overflow, super user, etc. instructions multiple times, and my GUI window shows the path to be what I want, i.e., python27. However the cmd prompt shows several lines ...
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php is not recognized as an internal or external command although it is available in commandline

this is somewhat of a tricky question when it comes to "where should I place it?", but I assume a general problem behind it, which is why I am putting it on superUser. I have a Doctrine script which ...
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libGDX project generator: Build Failed : Cannot find java system compiler

while generating a project libGDX throws thid error: FAILURE: Build failed with an exception. * What went wrong: Execution failed for task ':core:compileJava'. > Cannot find System Java Compiler. ...
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Replacing part of a path name with search variable?

I'm not sure if I have used the right expression in the question, but the context totally slips my mind. I am trying to write a script to go to a student folder, depending on who is logged in, but I ...
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Does Apache Alias supports relative paths?

I'm trying to alias a file with relative path from the document root, like this: Alias /js/jquery-1.9.1.min.js lib/jquery-1.9.1/jquery-1.9.1.min.js It does not work, but I can't find anything in ...
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Why the blackslash dot (\.) in the prefix of the path?

I was running the find command looking for some config files and this is exactly what it outputted: ./log4j.xml ./log4j2-test.xml ./proxyserver/src/main/resources/log4j.xml ...
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What does “C:2\” in a windows path string mean?

I got this pop-up from the Windows firewall. What is "C:2\" in the path? The real path is D:\Steam\SteamApps\common\... I tried cd /d C:2\ in cmd and got "The system cannot find the path ...
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path setting appears twice in env output

After an OS version upgrade I have the following strange problem: % port MacPorts 2.3.1 ... % sudo -i # port MacPorts 2.3.1 % sudo port sudo: port: command not found Furthermore, if I do it all ...
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PATH preference in bashrc

I was wondering what happens in the following situation. Suppose I have an executable file in a directory that is in PATH in .bashrc. If I copy the file into another directory that is set in PATH ...
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How do I start cmd.exe from a UNC path (to map a network drive)?

While cmd.exe can work with UNC paths by using PUSHD \\UNC\Path, I'm attempting to start cmd or a similar command FROM a UNC path. Here's why: I'm adding a "Map Network Drive Here" to my suite of ...
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How to determine whether a folder in %PATH% is required in Windows 7

How can I determine whether a particular folder in the PATH environment variable is used by the system? Recently, some software that relied on the system PATH stopped working b/c another package ...
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What is the technical term for current (.) and parent (..) directory?

I got a function that checks whether the passed in file name is . or ... But I don't know how to name it properly. Something like IsCurrentOrParentDirectory() is ambiguous, since the function takes a ...
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Is there a way to automatically display the file path on every print whether its Word, Excel, PDF

I am working with one of our help desk tickets and I personally don't think it's possible unless you go through some crazy scripting... The help desk ticket client was asking if is there a way to ...
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Should windows path be in all caps or normal case?

Folks, I've been having problems with installing updates to visual studio on windows 7 and traced it to the fact that my %PATH% environment variable is too long. So I checked what was on the path and ...
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Modifying the System Path variable from cmd

I am trying to modify my system Path value. I need this as I am doing an upgrade of the S/W and the users need to have access to the old and new system. I provide them with a toggle button which will ...
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Can't use homebrew installed git

I'm encountering a really weird issue when I try to use the latest version of git I just installed via homebrew. which git is pointing me to the homebrew install, but calling git returns the original ...
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Command Line: Browse to a network path that has spaces and a single quote

I am trying to browse to a network path in dos that has both spaces and a single quote. When I do: net use "\\server\path's name\folder\" I get an error message that error 53 has occurred. Any ...
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Win7 loses PATH from user profile

Recently, a very weird thing started to happen that has not happened before: Suddenly, from out of nothing Windows 7 & "forgets" the part from PATH from the user profile. As can be seen on the ...
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realpath (GNU coreutils 8.22) does resolve “.” symlink regardless of “-s”

I'm trying to use realpath in a script which has to ensure that it is located under a certain (possibly symlinked) path. Also the script has to be runnable from any location, so it cannot presume that ...
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Is there an easy way to manage packages/dependencies on windows 7?

I'm not even sure if the title is what I'm asking for... Basically, I'm sick of having multiple copies of various exe's on my system, like ffmpeg, mplayer, exiftool, etc. I was wondering if there's a ...
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Python path is not recognized after adding a new variable under environment variables, picture provided

'python' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. My Python folder is directly in C:\python34..... Please look at the picture.... ...
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PATH set before /etc/zshenv

I am trying to find which file adds /opt/texbin folder to my PATH variable on Ubuntu. It is not present in my /etc/environment file. sudo grep -lr texbin . 2>/dev/null outputs nothing in the /etc ...