Linux How to add a directory to your PATH in Linux ( Debian based distros) 1 min read 3 weeks ago host How to add a directory , containing an executable script, to your path. Tags: acid add b0ttr0p Baptist crack cuck cucuckshow cucukshow debian griff hackney jon ketamine linux mi5 monkey nomis party path PSY spanky special squat squatjuice tooth Trance wieselburger Continue Reading Previous Redes con Linux – ¿Qué es NFS?Next Linux Mint 16: HardInfo – Detailed System Information More Stories 1 min read Linux Hack Linux Server with Backtrack 5 7 hours ago host 1 min read Linux Gigabyte GTX 1650 SUPER Windforce OC LINUX Benchmarks 8 hours ago host 1 min read Linux Kali Linux 2019.4 8 hours ago host 4 thoughts on “How to add a directory to your PATH in Linux ( Debian based distros)” I need to add an executable to the path on wiindows can anyone help? doesnt work … I tell my question better here! I want to call the commands of a software in every terminal that I open in every directory. this software is saved in one directory and I want to use it commands in other directories? what to do step by step to add its path to all directories as soon as I open one! plz plz plz somebody tell me¨ it is not usefull at all! and this is the only video that I found ! I am a windows guy, have always been ,now I have to use it while doing my masters thesis. coz all the computers here are linux and the softwares I use! now tell me and remember that I am low iq . I have this software in one directory and I want to call itscommands thats been defined in that directory in every terminal that I open and I dont fucking undrestand why it dose not have anyinterface, What the fuck should I do? 🙁 Comments are closed.