I was messing around with ssh keys and permissions and other things I'm not too familiar with and ended up causing some problems on my mac, including denying myself permission to my user account, changing the root directory and other annoyances. Most of the other things were fixed by a restart or fiddling, but I know I get this error message every time I start up a terminal window and can't figure out what to do. How do I get rid of it?
I tried this Terminal returns not found for most commands Mac OSX, but I don't think it's the same error because if I write
bash into the terminal it starts a bash interface. Something is entering
-bash into the terminal on startup and I can't figure out from where or why?
Last login: Tue Dec 4 08:57:20 on ttys003
Ludos-MBP-3:~ ludo$ -bash
-bash: -bash: command not found
It's also not a duplicate of this -Bash command not found appearing every time I start terminal because I've checked the .bash_profile file and nothing has changed since last time I checked it. I tried all the statements in there and none of them generate that error.
echo $PATH generates