Terminal on macOS is the equivalent of the Command Prompt on Windows. It allows Mac users to execute tasks using commands. When normal processes don’t work, using commands to troubleshoot issues is usually the go-to solution.
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If you aren’t sure where you are, you can type “pwd” (Present Working Directory), which will show you which directory you’re in. If you want to make sure the php-copy.sh file is in the directory you’re currently inside, type “ls” (list) and it’ll give you a listing of the directory’s contents that you’re in. [Errno 2] No such file or directory – Datto Knowledge Base May 19, 2020