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My name is Samir Sogay and I am an Electronics Engineer. I have always been interested in technology since my childhood and thus took up Engineering Studies from Mumbai University. I have built my career around computer networking technology. I have Cisco’s CCNA and CCNP certifications. I am pursuing my CCIE Lab exam second attempt. I am always interested in Computers and Technology and that makes me delve deeper into the subject.


May
2
comment Partition Hard disk with start sector 1
I want to add bootloader of the NAS on it.
May
1
asked Partition Hard disk with start sector 1
Jul
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awarded  Revival
May
16
awarded  Teacher
Feb
25
accepted Linux scripting without ./
Feb
22
comment Linux scripting without ./
I have added the folders in .profile but it is not taking effect. How do I add it in /etc/profile as there is no place to add it in the file?
Feb
22
comment Linux scripting without ./
I have added all my folders in .profile but none are shown in the echo $PATH. I have even rebooted my system. Am I doing anything wrong? OR should I do these changes in /etc/profile?
Feb
22
awarded  Supporter
Feb
18
comment Linux scripting without ./
So should I remove the home/bin from .profile and replace it with my folder or is there some way to put multiple folders?
Feb
17
asked UBUNTU boot into terminal
Feb
17
comment Linux scripting without ./
I have .bashrc file but it has no reference of PATH. How do I add multiple folders in the .bashrc by your way with . ?
Feb
17
comment Linux scripting without ./
I used your method of PATH=$PATH but when I opened another terminal, it does not show my path in echo $PATH.
Feb
17
comment Linux scripting without ./
There are references for bash and private binaries in the .profile file. How do I add /home/ubuntu/TS1 and /home/ubuntu/TS2? I don't understand from your example of home/bin.
Feb
15
awarded  Student
Feb
15
asked Linux scripting without ./
Jan
7
awarded  Scholar
Jan
7
accepted ip address seen in ifconfig in os x which is not present in network setting
Jan
7
comment ip address seen in ifconfig in os x which is not present in network setting
Thanks mate, it worked. I was never able to troubleshoot it because I had once assigned this ip address myself also for connecting another laptop through ethernet cable.
Jan
6
asked ip address seen in ifconfig in os x which is not present in network setting
Jan
5
answered OSX 10.6 keep using default route other than what it gets from wireless DHCP