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How to create directory in terminal
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Mar 14, 2005, 09:00 AM
 
i want to install a trading software (finally found one for mac) on my computer, but it involves some work in the terminal - and as i am new to this i need some help..

the instruction starts by telling me to create a directory called IBJts - and this i don't know how to do.
the rest of the instruction i think i get - looks like pretty easy copy paste thing...

thanx!
     
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Mar 14, 2005, 09:38 AM
 
Originally posted by yojana:
i want to install a trading software (finally found one for mac) on my computer, but it involves some work in the terminal - and as i am new to this i need some help..

the instruction starts by telling me to create a directory called IBJts - and this i don't know how to do.
the rest of the instruction i think i get - looks like pretty easy copy paste thing...

thanx!
You can do that by typing the following command (ignore the %):

%mkdir IBJts

That will create the directory for you. You could also have created the directory in the finder (by creating a new folder), then go inside that directory within terminal using the "cd" command.
     
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Mar 14, 2005, 03:28 PM
 
By the way, while people here might know this, this is really the wrong forum for this kind of question. It belongs in the Unix forum.
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