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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Getting Started with Sass Installing and Using Sass

Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - test.scss Use --trace for backtrace.

I keep getting this when testing I am saving this on my usb flash drive in a site folder inside of a rootweb folder??

I was having a similar problem and ended up watching Console Foundations which helped me solve this problem. You have to specify which directory you want to look in for the document. I had saved my test.scss to the desktop for easy access, I navigated to the desktop using the console commands. <br> '''Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - test.scss Use --trace for backtrace.

Lenes-iMac:~ lenelight$ ls

Applications Downloads Music

Desktop Library Pictures

Documents Movies Public

Lenes-iMac:~ lenelight$ cd Desktop

Lenes-iMac:Desktop lenelight$ sass test.scss

Lenes-iMac:Desktop lenelight$ sass test.scss

p { background: blue; }

Lenes-iMac:Desktop lenelight$ '''

ls = list

cd = change directory

<br> This video explains more complex directory navigation, which it looks like you may need.

Good luck!!