kenvogt wrote in post #949751:
I am having the same problem. There is no file on my Macbook
Are you sure? Files whose names start with a period do not display in
the Finder, nor with ls unless you specify the -a option
Should I just create one and add that single line
Where should I put the file?
Where a .bash_profile normally goes.
Yes, I know that was slightly snarky and unsatisfying. The profile file
is an important part of using bash (or indeed any *nix shell)
effectively. If you don't know the answer to this question, then I
would recommend reading some docs on how bash works.
The reason I'm not giving you a direct answer here is that if I do, it
will just raise more questions. You need a good overview of the beast
as a whole.