>
> I tried entering this in a Terminal window:
> export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH
> but I get this:
> export: Command not found.


I just tried this in my Terminal, and it worked fine. It sounds like maybe
you are using a different shell? You can see what shell Terminal is using
in the "Preferences". As a quick check, try running the following:

bash
export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH
git --version
exit

That will switch to the bash shell, which *does* have an export command, so
you should be able to update your path and run git commands. The last one
switches out of bash and back into your default shell.

Hope that's on the right track.

Ryan

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