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3 Responses

  1. Andrici Cristina says:

    I have no file “” under /etc/profile.d/ directory.

    I cannot go further.

    Please help me..

    • Dmytro says:

      Cristina, this file had to be created, but really you don’t need it. Do the same thing simpler way:

      $ sudo nano /etc/environment  #this opens the configuration file

      Add lines:

      Press Ctrl+O to save changes and Press Ctrl+X to quite.
      Run a command.
      $ source /etc/environment to reload

      Now you can check the effect with:

      $ mvn --version
    • mani says:

      Hi Bro, file is not there, we need to create it.

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