Hello all, long time reader, first time poster ;), Ive been using various distros for only about a year and a half, so this probably falls into the tragic noob category, but nonetheless, here goes:
Okay, I've begun studying android develpment using the SDK package through Eclipse. Seeing as how the kit is fairly large and I have an older laptop, I decided to move it to its own partition on an external HD (/dev/sdb1), which I mount as /env/asdk (manually so far. I havnt gotten to the automount at startup point yet). I directed bash to the new location by adding the line in bashrc
All seemed well as Eclipse could locate it, untill I tried to use bash again, and to my suprise and horror, I found that bash no longer knows how to locate ANYTHING else, (nano, aptitude, etc etc) Im sure that me fooling around with the file is the cause, and I could probably just undo what I did through a live disc, but I would really like to know exactly what the problem is so I can make sure not to do it again, and still be able to keep the sdk tools reachable... Any insight from you guys would be greatly appreciated
version -can't seem to find the actual deb version... I installed through Kali (1.0.6) so I could test my home server's security (its s new install from arch, and initially from slackware; love it but lack of dep checks really cut into my day)
*note - when opening the /etc/bash/barshrc from a browser, I dont see the changes I made. Is this a different file?