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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Should system path & user path match?

This morning I was trying to add python to my windows 7 PATH and used: setx PATH "%PATH%;C:\python34\" /M This seems to have changed my path but not in the manner I'd hoped! My user path now ...
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How To Quickly Switch Paths (in Bash)

Sometimes, usually when installing packages with brew, I want to disable/remove certain parts of my path, and then later restore them. I haven't been able to find an easy way to do this, and while I ...
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Extending the command-line search path without editing the PATH variable

I want to extend my system search path without appending new directories to %PATH%, I am aware of the App Paths registry entry put that entry is only being accessed when using ShellExecuteEx which the ...
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My computer can't find the git command

I recently installed git on my computer (OSX 10.10.1) and when I run git I get git: error: unable to find utility "git", not a developer tool or in PATH. So I checked, found that I didn't have the ...
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grep -l output filenames with spaces

I want to loop over files with for f in `grep -rsl "foo" . `: do sed -i -- "s/foo/bar/g" $f; done; But since filenames contain spaces, a filename is split whenever a space is found. How can I ...
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UNC path with hostname omitted?

I have an application that opens a file, the path of which is set to what looks like a UNC path, but with the double slash and hostname removed i.e. instead of \\HOSTNAME\SHARED\FILE it has ...
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Jekyll installation successful but command not found

I am trying to install Jekyll following http://jekyllrb.com/docs/installation/ ○ → sudo gem install jekyll Password: Fetching: jekyll-2.5.3.gem (100%) Successfully installed jekyll-2.5.3 Parsing ...
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Why is SET PATH= not working in the same batch file?

I have a USB flash drive with portable installs of Dropbox and emacs. One of the functions I want to run in emacs needs to have sha1sum.exe in the path, so I also put coreutils on the USB. I am ...
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Telnet : How to get [user@hostname userFolder]$

I'm using ubuntu 14.04 LTS and i have successfully configured a telnet server. When i logging into telnet server i always get the path(int the terminal) as username@hostname:~/Folder_Name$ I ...
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Do I need SQL Server paths in my PATH environment variable for it to work?

SQL Server adds things to my PATH environment variable, and over time that bloat makes me hit the 2048-char limit in Windows 7. Do I really need them there for SQL Server to run? This is on a ...
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Specifying which file to run with duplicates in %PATH%

Is it possible to specify which version of a file to call when there are duplicates of it on your PATH variable? Background I have both mingw32 and mingw64's bin folders on my path such that ...
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How to apply path in clipboard in Total Commander

I know there is a feature in Total Commander that copies actual path into clipboard. I need the opposite, which uses the path in my clipboard and navigates to it, so that I don't have to click on the ...
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How can I make windows always show full folder path

Whenever I Click on "Desktop" in windows explorer, I end up with a "hidden" path, such as this: which makes navigating to the "one up" folder hard (I can enter a folder within desktop, then ...
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How can I restore deleted path in environment variables under system variables? [duplicate]

I have accidently deleted the path under system variables in environment variables. Please help me in getting it back.
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What is the path environment variable? [duplicate]

I just started with using the (Windows) command line tool for working with npm. And I end up quite often on StackOverflow when I'm stuck with some error and the solution is often to add [something] to ...
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Inkscape - is there a way to edit the path that objects have been spread along after using 'Extensions > Generate from path > Scatter…'

In inkscape - is there a way to edit the path that objects have been spread along after using 'Extensions > Generate from path > Scatter...'. I would like to tentatively have a path with objects ...
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Issue when disabling a path using PATH Manager

I'd like to use PATH Manager to disable/enable a given path from the PATH environment variable in a convenient way. I am trying to disable the path ...
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Append to System PATH variable without including the User's PATH variable

Imagine the following environment variables: System PATH = C:\Windows Bob's User PATH = C:\Users\Bob In a command prompt the PATH command returns C:\Windows;C:\Users\Bob After running setx /m PATH ...
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Can implementing programs to command line/path be dangerous?

Quite a few programs I use have an option for implementing itself to my computer's command line. I've currently disabled that feature on most of my programs (except node.js and a few others). Example ...
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Unknown path in my environment variables

I have a path in my Windows 8 Environment variables .bin;does this make any sense? Is it most likely a typo or typeover? I was having some issues with Chocolatey working in my Console2 and when I ...
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Can't find executable (pipsi) in my PATH even though my PATH is set correctly and permissions are also correct in ZSH

I have just installed pipsi. I'm on Mac OS X Yosemite and I'm using iTerm and running zsh via oh-my-zsh. My problem is that I get the following: ~ >>> pipsi zsh: command not found: pipsi ...
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Alias one program in a different order than $PATH

I alias pandoc='~/.cabal/bin/pandoc' because I don't want to change my $PATH order just for this one program. In general, programs I installed in /opt/, ~/.cabal/, and so on should precede defaults ...
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No such file or directory after typing $PATH in terminal

when I write in terminal echo $PATH my output is :/home/bo/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin but when I write just : $PATH this output I do not understand ...
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Can the %PATH% be recovered without any Restore Points?

I just found out that my PATH system variable in Windows is nearly empty (it has only the path to the ExtFS tool - I installed that one recently , and I'm guessing it overwrote the Path instead of ...
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replace different variables into a single variable

I have XML files with entries like this: <path>D:/Shared/export/Outdoor Stage2/Outdoor Stage2_6_Images\Image_0.jpg</path> <path>D:/Shared/export/Outdoor Stage2/Outdoor ...
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Inconsistencies with which command

I'm using the n tool to update my current version of node, but something strange is happening. I ran sudo n latest which in theory fetches the latest version of Node (v0.12.0 and installs it ...
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How to manually install a library so that it may be included from the standard path?

I need to install and use this library on a Raspberry Pi running a flavor of Linux. The linked website suggests getting the necessary files from the public repo but I was unsuccessful in doing so. I ...
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How to get current document path to clipboard in Microsoft Office applications?

How I can get full path of current document into clipboard when working with Microsoft Office applications? I'm mostly interested in Word and Excel. Example: I have open the following file in Excel: ...
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The Voodoo XP error you cant fix . RDP / MSTSC.exe - cannot find <LANG_NAME>\mstsc.exe.MUI

I keep getting the error cannot file C:\Windows\System32\<LANG_NAME>\mstsc.exe.MUI I do have this path C:\Windows\System32\US_en and this one too C:\Windows\System32\en and I made ...
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Changing Git Location on Mac OS X

I have a version of Git (1.9.3) already installed on my computer at /usr/bin. This version was installed (if I remember correctly) by XCode. I would like to install 2.2.1 (the download version from ...
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Linux C Compiler

I've just tried to install APCUPSD and have run into a missing C compiler error. I then ran yum install compat-gcc-34-g77 which went fine but the error did not go away, I tried which gcc as well ...
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Go to directory of symlink file target

How can I create a command (or alias) to go to the directory which contains the target file of a symlink. For example, if I have a symlink symFile@ -> /Users/zhermes/some/dir/someFile I'd like ...
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why 'export $Path=$Path:dir' won't work?

I am just wondering why do we need to use this command export Path=$Path:dir why does the command not look like export $Path=$Path:dir/dir'
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How to find absolute path of USB drive

I have a computer running Windows 8.1, and I have a USB drive with RocketDock installed. My problem is that sometimes Windows changes my drive letter and all the links on the dock screw up. I ...
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-bash: export: ''not a valid identifier when logging into terminal

Hi Whenever I log into the terminal I get the following error -bash: export: ...
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Win 7 Explorer qualified path

Does anyone know how to make Win 7 Explorer display the fully qualified path rather than (irrelevant) drive letters as the default? i.e. \servername\sharename\foldername\file.name instead of ...
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Exclude folders with a path pattern using FIND command on Ubuntu console

PROJECTS |___ SITE1 | |____files (to exclude) | |____img | |____js | |___ SITE2 | |____files (to exclude) | |____img | |____js | |___ ...
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Find out the depth of path in PowerShell

For any location gotten by the Get-Location cmdlet, if I have a path like this: C:\Top\Middle\Bottom I would say it's 3 levels deep. If I have: C:\ I would say it's the 0 level. It could be 0 ...
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Is there any way to have Cygwin tools in PATH without them replacing Windows commands?

I would like to be able to use GDB, GCC and such straight out of a windows command prompt, so I put my Cygwin bin directory in my Windows path. Problem is that Cygwin programs now take priority over ...
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Running Java program from PowerShell starts a 64-bit JVM: From .bat file, starts 32-bit JVM

I am trying to start a Java application from a batch file, with a 2G heap size, like so: java -Xmx2G -XX:MaxPermSize=256M -jar cauldron-1.7.10-1.1236.05.212-server.jar nogui When running this ...
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iMac mid 2011 with Yosemite [closed]

My screensaver app tries to connect to a folder on my NAS that no longer exists and this causes problems. I tried to give the screen saver another path to a local directory but it does not change and ...
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Mac .bash_profile.save How to make it run by itself / where to actually change paths

trying to change my path for Ruby / SASS. I have always used a file in my home called '.bash_profile.save' In there I have the export paths which work fine but only when I run: source ...
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How to delete old $PATH echo in Mac

After i changed my Mac username(using the way supplied by Apple Documents), I found that when echo $PATH, there are some old paths in it. ...
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How to Define Relative Path?

I have heard about relative paths and I think that they are of good use. But, I do not know how how to define a relative path. For instance, I have a Power Point presentation in which I use an audio ...
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Vim from terminal can locate package, GVim cannot

So I've been installing Syntastic and JSHint for some Vim JavaScript syntax checking. which jshint returns /home/myUser/local/bin/jshint which vim and which gvim return /usr/bin/vim and ...
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Listing content of directory with absolute path is not equal to listing with relative path?

I launched Ubuntu 14.01 instance in AWS by using its API (with Python and Boto). I changed properties of the root device - 30GB instead of the default 8gb and used magnetic disk standard instead of ...
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What does %Path% mean at the end of PATH?

My PATH on Windows looks like this: C:>echo %PATH% C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\dwimperl\perl\bin;C:\dwimperl\perl\site\bin;C:\dwimperl\c\bin;%Path% What does %Path% mean at the end of ...
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Java runtime environment path issues

I've had a problem with my Java installations for quite some time and I've never had time to sit and try to fix this problem. So I went ahead and uninstalled all the various versions of Java I'd ...
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In GIMP 2.8 how in the world to you edit a path?

As a very experienced Coreldraw user, in Corel there is something called a Pick Tool that let's you activate an object, like making a path you've previously created active so you can edit it. There ...
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I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory

I’ve installed Hugo (a static website generator) on my Windows 7 system by placing it in a directory in my $PATH. When I try to run it, regardless of the directory I’m in, it's run in its own ...