If you’ve read any instructions on the web for how to install something, you’ve likely read a statement about adding something to your $PATH. More specifically, it probably included an export statement, a directory, and then a file into which to pipe the command, right?
In fact, you may see a directive like this:
Make sure the
~/.composer/vendor/bindirectory is in your system’s “PATH”.
Which means that you should do something like the following:
But if you’re new to working in the terminal, let alone environmental variables, how are you supposed to know how to translate the statement into the above command?