I have some custom compilers installed on some custom path(/opt/uClinux/...) and added

export PATH=$PATH:/opt/uClinux/bfin-elf/bin:/opt/uClinux/bfin-uclinux/bin:/opt/uClinux/bfin-linux-uclibc/bin/

to my .bashrc . While I can easily work from my command line, X applications like Eclipse or Kate do not recognize my custom path if I don't start them from a terminal. Where should I add the custom path so my X apps do not have trouble finding them?

asked 17 May '10, 08:11

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If you are Ubuntu user try making global changes to PATH in:

/etc/environment
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answered 17 May '10, 09:43

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Note that /etc/environment is not Ubuntu specific, but a standard location for most distro's using pam_env.

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(17 May '10, 15:36) jeremy ♦♦

Thanks. I did not know that. I am just using Ubuntu. I only write about things that I am 100% sure.

(17 May '10, 17:55) maszynista

Set the environment variables in a system-wide initialization file such as /etc/profile.

A nice summary about changing environment variables can be found here.

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answered 17 May '10, 09:00

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