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kenvogt wrote in post #949886:
Yes, I am sure the file isn’t there. I altered the default view to
show hidden files before I went searching for it.
That may or may not do the trick. Mac OS has a way of hiding files (by
setting metadata) that has nothing to do with beginning names with a
period. Showing hidden files in the Finder will show files hidden with
metadata, I think, but not necessarily files whose names begin with a
period. I’m not certain, though.
Yes, I need a “good overview of the beast as a whole”. One has to
start asking questions somewhere. I chose here.
Sure. It’s just that this is a bash question, not a Rails question.
Please see http://linux.die.net/man/1/bash (or just type “man bash”) and
I am happy to go find
out where to put .bash_profile but first I need to know if creating
such a file is the answer. Is it the answer?
I already told you that it was:
Should I just create one and add that single line