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Joshua Perry2,962 Points
How do I get to the ~ $ command line in terminal?
How do I get to the ~ $ command line in terminal? Mine comes up as Joshuas-MacBook-Pro:/ JPxxxx$
I ran ruby ~v and it returned the error: ruby: No such file or directory -- ~v (LoadError)
What am I missing?
Try ruby -v not ~v. You're in the right place.