Evan Hale

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Posted in Setup MacOS 10.11 El Capitan Discussion

I tried doing this a few weeks ago and ended up messing up the bash file. Fast forward to know, when I go to do the first step the first thing I get is:

"-bash: l: command not found"

can I reset the "bash"? I am quite new to this and not sure how to properly use the terminal.
Thanks in advance for any advice

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