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I get a error message that I get around 4:30
Instead of the console asking me who I am I get "bash: get: comand not found"
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there, John Wilkins ! It seems you simply have a typo and one that I've done about a thousand times myself, if I'm really honest. Take another look at that error message:
bash: get: command not found
This means that there is no
get command, but there is a
git command. Note the spelling difference between "get" and "git". I feel like this happens because we are so used to typing "get" that it's now muscle memory.
Hope this helps!