Asked By – pencilVester
Hello I am following this page.. I’m installing Python onto my mac so that I can set up a
Django / Eclipse development environment. However I am not too sure how to go about executing this step:
- The script will explain what changes it will make and prompt you
before the installation begins.
- Once you’ve installed Homebrew,
insert the Homebrew directory at the top of your PATH environment variable.
- You can do this by adding the following line at the bottom of your
- export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH
Where do I find the bashrc file on my mac and where do I find the homebrew directory?
I am running a
macbook pro with
Now we will see solution for issue: Where do I find the bashrc file on Mac?
The .bashrc file is in your home directory.
So from command line do:
cd ls -a
This will show all the hidden files in your home directory. “cd” will get you home and ls -a will “list all”.
In general when you see ~/ the tilda slash refers to your home directory. So ~/.bashrc is your home directory with the .bashrc file.
And the standard path to homebrew is in /usr/local/ so if you:
cd /usr/local ls | grep -i homebrew
you should see the homebrew directory (/usr/local/homebrew). Source
Yes sometimes you may have to create this file and the typical format of a .bashrc file is:
# .bashrc # User specific aliases and functions . .alias alias ducks='du -cks * | sort -rn | head -15' # Source global definitions if [ -f /etc/bashrc ]; then . /etc/bashrc fi PATH=$PATH:/home/username/bin:/usr/local/homebrew export PATH
If you create your own .bashrc file make sure that the following line is in your ~/.bash_profile
# Get the aliases and functions if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then . ~/.bashrc fi