Environment Variables,System variables are not accessible

Venkat 21 Reputation points
2021-03-12T17:49:54.723+00:00

I have set a system variable "julia" with path to julia directory. When I call the same variable on command line, I get the below message "C:\Users\venka>julia 'julia' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." Created a new user and repeated the same steps, no result. Each time I go to =system variables, I see variable and the path in the "System variables" panel.

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  1. Jenny Feng 14,096 Reputation points
    2021-03-15T02:52:07.153+00:00

    @Venkat
    Hi,

    You’ll either need to add the full path (location) of julia.exe to the PATH, as is described here, or use the full path in the julia-client settings in Atom.

    Open Run (Windows Key + R), type in rundll32 sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables and hit enter.
    Under either the "User Variables" or "System Variables" section, find the row with "Path", and click edit.
    The "Edit environment variable" UI will appear. Here, click "New", and paste in the directory noted from the installation stage. This should look something like C:\Users\JohnDoe\AppData\Local\Programs\Julia 1.5.4\bin.
    Click OK. You can now run Julia from the command line, by typing julia!

    Hope above information can help you.

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