http://www.commentcamarche.net/faq/3585-bash-la-variable-d-environnement-path /home/patjennings/bin: /home/patjennings/.local/bin: /usr/local/sbin: /usr/local/bin: /usr/sbin: /usr/bin: /sbin: /bin: /usr/games: /usr/local/games

Pour checker les variables d’environnement :


Pour créer une variable d’Environnement

sudo pluma ~/.profile # Puis éditer


Source de logiciels ? Comment mettre de nouvelles ?

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:repoistory-name/ppa

Système de fichiers Linux http://refspecs.linuxfoundation.org/FHS_2.3/fhs-2.3.html#BINESSENTIALUSERCOMMANDBINARIES

change folders owner recursively

$ chown -R patjennings * .[^.]*

How can I recursively change the permissions of files and directories?

$ chmod -R ug+rw foldername

créer lien symbolique

$ ln -s path/to/file path/to/link

mysql : root/root phpmyadmin : root/root

Fonts installation

Many fonts are packaged for Ubuntu and available via the “Fonts” category of the Ubuntu Software Center. If you prefer apt-get, search for packages starting with otf- or ttf-.

Font files that are placed in the hidden .fonts directory of your home folder will automatically be available. You can also place them in the .local/share/fonts directory on newer versions of Ubuntu per the comments below.

You can also double-click on the font file (or select Open with Font Viewer in the right-click menu). Then click the Install Font button.

If you need the fonts to be available system-wide, you’ll need to copy them to /usr/local/share/fonts and reboot (or manually rebuild the font cache with fc-cache -f -v).

You can confirm they are installed correctly by running fc-list | grep "Source Code Pro"

You may need to restart some programs, like OpenOffice Writer, before they actually show the new fonts (usually such programs are caching the font list when they start up).

Edit: Changed advice to manually install into /usr/local/share/fonts instead of /usr/share/fonts to reflect comments and best practice.

Moi, je les installe là : /home/patjennings/.fonts