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I need to add a directory to the path for non-login shells on a Red Hat Server.

ssh user@server echo \$PATH 

returns

/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin

How can I add a directory to this path. I tried putting export PATH=$PATH:/my/path in /etc/bashrc and ~/.bashrc but in both cases ssh user@server echo \$PATH gives the same result as above. So where is that magic place to add my/path to $PATH for non-login shells?

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This doesn't directly answer your question since I haven't tested it on redhat, but for ubuntu users check out /etc/environment

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