I think I significantly improved the quality of this answer, and addressed a few issues which other users brought up.
Every path export, or every command which adjusts the path, should always make sure to separate an existing path with a colon.
Program files (executables) are kept in many different places on the Unix system.
Your path tells the Unix shell where to look on the system when you request a particular program.
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Linux determines the executable search path with the in C.
I am also on Ubuntu 14.04 and this is the only one that actually changed the PATH variable after reboots. In case of the shell script you must use a specific shell syntax.
the files where you add the export command depends if you are in login-mode or non-login-mode.
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If you need to create a new environment variable, click New and enter the variable name and variable value.
To view and set the path in the Windows command line, use the path command.