> I have a clone of a local repository on my computer, and when I try to
> issue any git command from Terminal I get this "git: Command not found.".
>  That seems to indicate that git is not in the directory containing the
> clone, but it is.

Actually, this is indicating that the git program can't be found on your
computer. It sounds like you have in fact installed Git, so this probably
means you haven't added it to your PATH environment variable. Try running
the following in your Terminal:

export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH

Then try running your git command again. You'll probably want to add this
like to your ~/.bash_profile so you don't have to worry about doing it
every time you need the Git command line.

Hope that helps,

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