Each time you wish to use Ureka (in a new terminal session), you must setup your environment by calling ur_setup. This setup script, described below in more detail, sets various environment variables that Ureka depends on. ur_forget provides a way to purge your environment of Ureka variables.
Basic usage - If you only have one Ureka installation and are using the common variant, then you can call ur_setup without any arguments:
To load the “spam” variant of the default installation:
To load the “spam” variant of the “foo” installation:
ur_setup spam foo
This script removes all Ureka variables from your environment:
This command displays the date that the selected environment was built on (in the form of YYYY-MM-DD):
This is a shortcut for viewing the Ureka documentation in your web browser:
ur_install allows you to view available addons and install them. See the Addons section for more information.
Shows the version of Ureka that’s currently selected.
On most systems, the installation process will create a Desktop or menu shortcut that can be clicked on to launch a terminal session with the Ureka environment already selected. If you click on a Ureka shortcut, then there is no need to call ur_setup.