Thread: Problems with the Terminal
02-13-2006, 09:23 PM #1DaedalusBTJGuestProblems with the Terminal
I've just started using XCode in the past few weeks (new to programming), and my Terminal has somehow become unusable. I noticed after building a test project in XCode (called "test"), storing it in the desktop directory (/users/bjenkins/desktop/test....), and then after deleting the project, subsequent launches of Terminal (and up to this day) proved futile since it always displayed this output immediately upon each new shell launch:
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Welcome to Darwin!
[Brians-PowerBook:~] bjenkins% /Users/bjenkins/Desktop/test/build/Debug/test; exit
tcsh: /Users/bjenkins/Desktop/test/build/Debug/test: Command not found.
Obviously it tries to execute this command, but can't find it, then exits, not allowing any further input from the user. Any help in trying to fix this problem would be appreciated!
-DaedalusBTJ (Brian Jenkins)
Mac OS X 10.4.4, XCode 2.2.1, Terminal 1.5, PowerBook G4 17" 1.67 GHz
02-13-2006, 09:52 PM #2DaedalusBTJGuest
Nevermind, I went into com.apple.terminal.plist and fixed it. Sorry for the bother.
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