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Eduardo Rojas114 Points
hi! I used ubuntu, but terminal shows me: 'no such file or directory (load error)' in the Variable work, Why? thanks
when I write in terminal it does not work and i used "Atom"
Maciej Czuchnowski36,441 Points
Please elaborate. What commands did you run? Did you create the .rb file? Were you in the proper directory in the terminal?
Rogelio Valdez6,244 Points
- Make sure you created the file.
- That it ends on .rb
- And make sure you are on the same directory
- Use "pwd" to print working directory (current directory)
- Use "ls" (lowercase L) to have a list of files in the current directory.
- Use "cd" to change directory example: cd Documents/Ruby
If you are not used to terminal, make sure to read about it, watch some videos cause this should really help you out for future references, hope this helps.