Question: trinity installation command
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12 months ago by
eyonesi0
eyonesi0 wrote:

Hi I am trying to install trinity protocol but I don’t know how I can write following command with my directories. export TRINITY_HOME=/path/to/trinity/installation/dir

I am new in Linux, Please help me with the explanation of details of this command thankyou

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 12 months ago by RamRS19k • written 12 months ago by eyonesi0
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12 months ago by
RamRS19k
Houston, TX
RamRS19k wrote:

Linux "installation" is just adding the location of a file to the PATH environment variable after you ready the executable for a program. If the shell can find an executable file with the same name as your command on a directory listed in the PATH variable, it will execute that file.

Here, you're adding the path to the trinity binaries to an environment variable named TRINITY_HOME. Let's say you downloaded the tar.gz file to ~/Downloads and then built it, the binary would be in some location under your current working directory (~/Downloads/Trinity=*). I'd recommend running find $PWD -name "Trinity" -type f. The manual says you should see the file in the directory you extracted the tar.gz contents to, so the find may not even be required.

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