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You can put that kind of export in your .bashrc (or .zshrc if you use zsh). Thus it will be automatically exported when you open a shell.

Check this page for more information.

You can put that kind of export in your .bashrc (or .zshrc if you use zsh). Thus it will be automatically exported when you open a shell.

Check this page for more information.information, as your problem is similary to having to run source /opt/ros/hydro/setup.bash for each new shell.

You can put that kind of export in your .bashrc (or .zshrc if you use zsh). Thus it will be automatically exported when you open a shell.

Check this page for more information, as your problem is similary similar to having to run source /opt/ros/hydro/setup.bash for each new shell.

You can put that kind of export in your .bashrc~/.bashrc (or .zshrc~/.zshrc if you use zsh). Thus it will be automatically exported when you open a shell.

Check this page for more information, as your problem is similar to having to run source /opt/ros/hydro/setup.bash for each new shell.

You can put that kind of export in your ~/.bashrc (or ~/.zshrc if you use zsh). Thus it will be automatically exported when you open a shell.

Check this page for more information, as your problem is similar to having to run source /opt/ros/hydro/setup.bash for each new shell.

In your ~/.bashrc, you will probably end up having something like this (if you use hydro):

# ROS
source /opt/ros/hydro/setup.zsh
export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=~/catkin_ws:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH