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mares992

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Oct 21, 2017
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Hello guys,

I'm buy first mac few days ago and this is all new for me. Maybe my question is stupid for you but it is confused for me :)

So, when I try to install Composer they say to me to launch command in terminal
Code:
mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer

But I don't have /user/local/bin folder. It is normal or it is problem with my system? I'm make new folder and now is okay but I need to know it is normal?

Thank you!
 

kschendel

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Dec 9, 2014
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I guess a fresh install doesn't have anything under /usr/local. /usr/local/bin is a traditional unix-y place to put locally installed applications. I would not expect a Mac aware installer to use /usr/local/bin, but if you are installing some sort of generic unix/linux application, it's not out of the question. Creating it is fine.
 
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