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Simon Pacheco
Simon Pacheco
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Closed terminal in Mac OSx now I cannot find treebook.

I closed terminal without saving and now I am getting all sorts of errors. First when I enter rails s a read me pops up explaining how I can generate a new rails app, etc.

Another error I get is when I try to git pull, I receive an error message that states: Fatal. No remote repository specified. Please specify either a URL or a remote name from which new revisions should be fetched.

Anybody know what's going on? I googled and googled and cannot find help.

1 Answer


It seems like you are not navigating to your Rails app in terminal. You need to bee in the root of your app. So lets say you have your app in projects, and the folder is named Treebook. From terminal you need to cd Desktop/projects/Treebook. From there you can run rails s.