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I was recently installing MySQL and everything seemed to go just fine, however, when I opened up my terminal to test a few things out, I got a strange message:

No command '“alias' found, did you mean:
 Command '0alias' from package 'zeroinstall-injector' (universe)
“alias: command not found
“alias android-disconnect=”fusermount -u /media/GalaxyNexus”

I have never seen this before and have no idea exactly what it means. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Most probably you have a typo on ~/.bashrc (or some other file read by bash on startup), please provide the contents of ~/.bashrc. – edwin Aug 8 '13 at 4:56

I don't think that this error has something to do with the installation of MySQL, but anyway...

Open your ~/.bashrc file (from terminal with gedit ~/.bashrc), search for the following line:

“alias android-disconnect=”fusermount -u /media/GalaxyNexus”

and replace it with:

alias android-disconnect='fusermount -u /media/GalaxyNexus'

This line define an alias (android-disconnect) for this command: fusermount -u /media/GalaxyNexus. If you don't intend to use this alias in the future, is better to delete the above line.

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