The $PATH environment variable is a list of directories that tells the shell which directories to search for executable files.
To check what directories are in your $PATH list use command:
To add new directory ~/.local/bin/ to $PATH use command:
But this change is only temporary and valid only in the current shell session.
To make the change permanent, you need to define the $PATH variable in the shell configuration files. In most Linux distributions when you start a new session, environment variables are read from the following files:
Global shell specific configuration files such as /etc/environment and /etc/profile. Use this file if you want the new directory to be added to all system users $PATH.
Per-user shell specific configuration files. For example, if you are using Bash, you can set the $PATH variable in the ~/.bashrc file. If you are using Zsh the file name is ~/.zshrc.
In this example, we’ll set the variable in the ~/.bashrc file. Open the file with your text editor and add the following line at the end of it:
wget http://download.proxmox.com/debian/proxmox-ve-release-6.x.gpg -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/proxmox-ve-release-6.x.gpg chmod +r /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/proxmox-ve-release-6.x.gpg # optional, if you have a non-default umask
Update packages list and upgrade your system:
apt update && apt full-upgrade
Install Proxmox VE packages:
apt install proxmox-ve postfix open-iscsi
Reboot your system
After reboot open your web borwser and go to https://192.168.1.2:8006, where 192.168.1.2 – is a IP address of your Proxmox computer, and 8006 – default Proxmox port.
That’s all, Proxmox VE successfully installed on your PC. Now you can create new Virtual machines…