So, after writing my posts on how to install dotnet core 3.1 on a Raspberry Pi 4, I found that after I reboot my device, the dotnet command stop working. When I run dotnet from bash I get the following message
~bash: dotnet: command not found
The problem, is that the export steps of the installation process were lost after the reboot. And, as reminder of what is the export command.
Linux export command is use to set export attribute for shell variables on Linux system. The Linux export command is one of bash shell built in command.
In order to fix this, we can add the commands into our [~/.bashrc] file. First we need to edit our file with the command
sudo nano ~/.bashrc
And add the lines
export DOTNET_ROOT=$HOME/dotnet export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/dotnet export PATH="$PATH:/home/pi/.dotnet/tools"
Now we need to reload the [~/.bashrc] file with the command
And that’s it ! if the command is not recognized, just reload the bashrc file.
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My posts on Raspberry Pi
Dev posts for Raspberry Pi
- How to grant permissions to a folder after git clone, to perform dotnet restore on a Raspberry Pi
- How to install .Net Core 3.1 in a Raspberry Pi 4
- Installing Visual Studio Code in a Raspberry Pi 4, run as root, fix black screen
- How to install .Net Core in a Raspberry Pi 4 and test with Hello World
- Build and Run C# NetCore projects in a Raspberry Pi 4 with Visual Studio Code
- Let’s do some Git dev in Raspberry Pi 4 (GitHub and Azure DevOps!)
Tools and Apps for Raspberry Pi
- Where is my Task Manager in RaspberryPi? Let’s try htop
- Multi-monitor in Raspberry Pi 4 rocks !
- Double Commander on RaspberryPi4, because files are important
- How to install Docker in a Raspberry Pi 4
- Installing Visual Studio Code in a Raspberry Pi
- Installing Visual Studio Code in a Raspberry Pi, run as root, fix black screen (Updated)
- 6 commands to install OpenCV for Python in a Raspberry Pi 4
Setup the device
- How to automatically connect to WiFi, enable SSH on 1st boot, SSH connect and update
- How to enable auto start with HDMI safe mode
- Running a Python script in a Python Virtual Environment on reboot / startup