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There isn't any folder called jharvard in which I could save a file. As a result, I get the following message in the compiler: No rule to make target 'hello'. Stop.

Would anybody be so kind to help me fix this problem? Thanks in advance.

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  • There shouldn't be. You should have a folder named Dropbox or some other folder. Then you need to change directory using the following dictation: cd ~/(folder name) – Richard Qiu Jan 16 '15 at 6:23
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The jharvard folder is inside the home directory. You can acces it with the home icon in your desktop, or if you open a file explorer window you can see it in the left colum. Also when you open a terminal you are in the jharvard directory by default.

Hope that helps.

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Click the home folder in desktop its the jharvard folder and when you open the terminal its already open on that folder:Example for the jharvard folder

I hope you can understand from this.

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