I have installed ROOT_6.19/01 on Ubuntu 16.04, and right after I uninstalled the old version ROOT_5.
Now by entering “root” in terminal it says “The program ‘root’ is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt install root-system-bin”, but I have successfully installed ROOT_6.19/01 and I can open it manually from its location.
Does someone know the magic command that permits to open ROOT_6 from any directory?
I am not very familiar with Linux commands so please be explicit.
Thank you in advance for your answers.
Thank your very much for the hint
actually by entering
Doesn’t work if I restart my computer. BUT
here’s the solution that works :
Paste the following at end of the .bashrc file:
# For ROOT
pay attention to put your “path_to_root_where_it_is_built” correctly
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