In this chapter, I help you find your way around your Mac from the command line and, at the same time, teach you some of the most common navigational commands and conventions.
For right now, you’re going to look, but not touch—that is, nothing you do here can change any files or cause any damage, as long as you follow my instructions.
Ready to start learning some commands? Here we go. Open a Terminal window and enter this:
pwd command stands for “print working directory,” and it gives you the complete path to the directory you’re currently using. If you haven’t done anything else since opening ...