"alias command not found" message never stops in terminal

Asked by juan on 2012-10-30

Im new in the terminal and when i was trying to follow some instruccions in how to conect my android phone i ruined my terminal and now i cant make it stop showing this message "alias command not found..please help. Thanks

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actionparsnip
Solved:
2012-10-30
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2012-10-30
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2012-10-30

Press CTRL+C a few times then run:

cd

mv .bashrc .bashrc_old

wget https://dl.dropbox.com/u/8850924/.bashrc

source ~/.bashrc

Should be ok

juan (juantapia84) said : #2

Thanks for answering...as i say im new. So i will need baby steps. I press crtl+c a few times. I run cd command and enter right.? Then type mv .bashrc .bashrc_old then enter...with that is enough? Hope you dont get frustated with my inexperience. Thanks

Copy each command and run it in terminal one at a time

juan (juantapia84) said : #4

Thanks actionparsnip, that solved my question.