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For the Unix and Linux beginners: How to display the common PATH-like environment variables

A regular Linux and Unix user should know how to use the PATH, CDPATH, MANPATH and HOME environment variables, in the bash shell. With the PATH and the CDPATH set in the right way, you can easily use your commands

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The Unix And Linux Common PATH-like Environment Variables

You already know what are the PATH and the CDPATH and how to use them. In this article I will list you the other common Linux and Unix PATH variables, and give some short explenations of how to use them.

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10 Bash Tricks Every User Should Know About

In this article I will show my favourite bash tricks. Because I am very lazy, I adore all the dirty tricks that can make my bash usage easier. 1-2 : The PATH and the CDPATH. The PATH and CDPATH are

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How to set and use the Linux CDPATH variable with bash

The CDPATH is an environment variable, just like PATH. It is used to cd directly in the folders you add in your CDPATH. By default, your CDPATH is empty but you can easily set it, as you like. Difference between

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