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Old   July 30, 2015, 08:24
Default Installing SU2 on Linux
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Hi guys when I execute the following commands in a terminal:

cd /path/to/your/SU2/ ./configure

the results is:

Please be sure to add the $SU2_HOME and $SU2_RUN environment variables,
and update your $PATH (and $PYTHONPATH if applicable) with $SU2_RUN.

Based on the input to this configuration, add these lines to your .bashrc file:

export SU2_RUN="/usr/local/bin"
export SU2_HOME="/home/antonio/Scrivania/SU2"
export PATH=$PATH:$SU2_RUN
export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$SU2_RUN

how do I edit the file .bashrc if you can not find it?

Thanks
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Originally Posted by tonino View Post
Hi guys when I execute the following commands in a terminal:

cd /path/to/your/SU2/ ./configure

the results is:

Please be sure to add the $SU2_HOME and $SU2_RUN environment variables,
and update your $PATH (and $PYTHONPATH if applicable) with $SU2_RUN.

Based on the input to this configuration, add these lines to your .bashrc file:

export SU2_RUN="/usr/local/bin"
export SU2_HOME="/home/antonio/Scrivania/SU2"
export PATH=$PATH:$SU2_RUN
export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$SU2_RUN

how do I edit the file .bashrc if you can not find it?

Thanks
The .bashcr file, and in general all .files will not be visible with the ls command or file explorers, as these files are hidden. By default this file will be in your home (
~/) directory, and should be visible if you use
ls -a ~/

Please note that this assumes you are using bash shell. The .bashrc script is run every time a bash shell is openned, and after you edit in in order to use the new aliases without starting a new terminal you should run
source ~/.bashrc
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