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Set up a user ~/bin in PATH

DATE: 2013-01-06
AUTHOR: wez
AUTHOR WWW: http://darknet.co.za
RELATED ARTICLE: http://darknet.co.za/wiki/pmwiki.php/Posts/BinPath

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Set up a dir for user scripts and add it to PATH.

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Leon said

Cool, totally agree. I always carry my 'bin'-directory around across my linuxsystems. Rsync or
unison makes it easy to synchronize my -bin folders.

 

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