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accepted Can't add executable file to PATH in Linux
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comment Can't add executable file to PATH in Linux
what I meant by it was that it isn't included in the path. I get a standard 'cmd not found' error if I try to execute the program from outside the directory it's stored in. I'm definitely declaring it correctly in bash_profile because if I do the same thing with another executable (a python script for example) it works and I can call it from anywhere. So you can see from this that the problem isn't with the file not being executable, or not adding it to the path correctly. Hopefully I'm being clear enough.
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comment Can't add executable file to PATH in Linux
I've been executing it with ./sublime_text so it is executable. I just tried your command and it didn't change anything.
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comment Can't add executable file to PATH in Linux
I've moved sublimetext to ~/bin and added that to my path. Thing is sublime text is a directory, which contains the binary file sublime_text. So I am already referencing a directory in my path, not a directory. Nevertheless it won't come up when i try to execute it from the shell.
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asked Can't add executable file to PATH in Linux