hangglider at gmx.de
Sat Sep 10 18:52:11 UTC 2022
just for being complete, you could even leave the ~ in "cd ~", as in
Unix shells (cd is usually a shell builtin) the cd command without any
argument changes to the user's home directory, e.g.
# cd ~
is equivalent to simply
> Thanks I’m the author.
> It appears that this is unrelated to the port and that there’s some
> issue with your home directory or account setup.
> In Unix, the path ‘~’ is a synonym refers to your home directory,
> typically ‘/Users/MyUserName’, and you definitely should be able to
> copy stuff there.
> If it were me, I’d try to troubleshoot with a few simple commands
> cd ~
> ls ~
> ls -ld ~
> touch ~/THIS_IS_A_TEMPORARY_FILE
> rm ~/THIS_IS_A_TEMPORARY_FILE
> ls -ld ~/Library/Services/ClamavScanIt.workflow
> If any of that fails, you have bigger issue and should figure out why
> the path ~ or equivalently (default account configuration)
> /Users/MyUserName doesn’t exist.
> If it works, then there’s some subtler issue with the ‘open’ command.
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