[SOLVED] environment variables and konsole in KDE?
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i have installed jdk in my pc, and i've set up the environment variable on the .bashrc file in my home directory although i can use java's compiler and interpreter in terminal (xfce) if i try to use these commands in konsole (kde) for some reason they don't work.
do i need to edit other file???
Nevermind, i found out that konsole was being executed with -e $SHELL -l parameters, once i took them out, and just ran konsole everything worked.
Last edited by michaelinux; 04-28-2011 at 07:08 PM.
They should work, I guess... unless konsole is using a different interpreter.
What are you doing on the .bashrc?
this is what my .bashrc file contains:
jdk is not "installed" but i have it in my home folder, weird thing is that it works fine in terminal, but konsole seems not to get it.
Distribution: openSuSE 13.2 / 12.3_64-KDE, Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17
Ah, you edited the OP. When a mail announces a new post and you click on that link, the new post will be displayed. For me it jumped to post #4. And since I expected the solution at the end of the thread...