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Humberto Ventura
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Humberto Ventura
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Not working

This is infuriating and time-consuming. In my terminal, I did what the video says and I get this command line:

bash: cd: Portfolio: No such file or directory

So what I supposed to do now? Also would be cool to explain how to add an editor to the Terminal, since Alyson uses it but never explains how to do it.

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there! As far as the editor in a terminal, I'm not sure what you're describing. In the video linked here, I only see Alyson using the terminal and a browser. Can you point me to either a timestamp in this video or another one?

As for the Portfolio directory, she navigates to the Portfolio directory which is a subdirectory in her current working directory. If it does not exist yet, you will need to make it first. It might exist already in another part of your file system. You will need to navigate there first. A staff member has responded about this specific topic on this thread.

Hope this helps! :sparkles: