Command Line: Attica project

I’m at the first task in attica. I type pwd and nothing happens.

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https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-the-command-line/projects/attica

Hey there @progresspanda!

The project works fine for me.

I typed pwd and /home/ccuser/workspace/clothing was printed.

My first thought would be to check what browser you are using. Codecademy recomends using Chrome or Firefox. Troubleshooting Guide

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Did that. No difference in result.

Very odd indeed, have you tried everything in the Troubleshooting Guide?
Such as clearing browser caches and seeing if any extensions are interferring with Codecademy.

I’d be very interested in knowing where this “troubleshooting guide” is.
However, I’m far more interested in the “Contact Us” page. I’ve already ascertained that I can’t get my $240 back but the least they deserve is a nasty letter. How do you learn anything when it glitches so much?

I posted a link to it a few posts back, here it is again though: Troubleshooting


How long ago did you contact CC? If I remember correctly they attempt to respond within 48 hours.

As I said earlier, I cannot find any such thing as a Contact Us page.

The link to the help page is located in the footer on the main page.

You can click this link though.
In the top right corner is a blue button that says ‘Contact Us’

I found the link to CC just now. Now I can take it up with them and it won’t be pretty. Thanks very much for your assistance.

Your welcome.
Happy to help

Though I will say I have used their customer support before and can give high praise to them.
They were quick to fix my problem, and very friendly.

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source ~/.bash_profile drop dead md =“mkdir”
$ alias md= “mkdir”
bash: alias: mkdir: not found