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wacked a directory from the command line

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While trying to install pagekite on OS X Snow Leopard using the following command: $ pagekite.py --signup I got: -bash: $: command not found I am a noob with the terminal but after reading a bit ...
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How to remove an environment variable on Snow Leopard

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I need to remotely grab the Bluetooth ID from multiple machines throughout my network. What are the best ways to remotely obtain the Bluetooth ID in OS X?
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Where are environment variables specified when .profile, .bash_login, .bash_profile cannot be found?

When I type env at the terminal prompt, I get a dump of all the environment variables. When I check / or ~, however, I do not see a .profile, .bash_login or .bash_profile. Where is this being stored ...
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Change Terminal.app's Default Shell to BASH

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