118 reputation
5
bio website simonboudrias.com
location Montreal, Canada
age 26
visits member for 2 years
seen May 21 at 21:08

Frontend Developper from Montreal working at Ressac Media.


May
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
accepted How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
Jun
14
comment Can I test if command prompt support unicode in Windows
But how would I found the current font?
Jun
14
asked Can I test if command prompt support unicode in Windows
May
23
awarded  Scholar
May
23
comment How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
Ok, I don't know why, but my node symlink had to be in /usr/sbin/node (and not in the bin folder)
May
23
comment How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
@FSMaxB I tried aliasing too, that was working in the command line, but wasn't working for executable declaring #!/usr/bin/env node. I have a lot of program running on node like Mocha unit test, Yeoman, Grunt, that I'd like to get running on Ubuntu.
May
23
comment How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
@FSMaxB Running nodejs works as expected. But that's not enough as every other program rely on node being available as a command globally. Running node don't do anything - no error message.
May
23
comment How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
@FSMaxB It is there... (if it helps, I'm running Ubuntu in a virtual machine via virtual box)
May
23
comment How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
Hey, I just realized that typing the full path of the symlink works (e.g.: /usr/bin/node). But if I only type node it doesn't - do I have to set something in my PATH or in my terminal?
May
23
awarded  Student
May
23
asked How to run a symlink pointing to an executable in terminal (Linux)
Nov
1
awarded  Supporter
Nov
1
comment boot Windows from GRUB rescue
Thanks, that worked for me!
Sep
6
awarded  Autobiographer