I am installing software via the terminal.
One of the installation steps requires to copy some binary files to the
/usr/local/bin directory. Using the following command:
cp file1 file2 file3 usr/loca/bin I get the following message:
cp: target `usr/local/bin' is not a directory
I also tried
sudo but it then asks for the account password. When I try to enter the password, I cannot type anything except press enter. I removed the password from the account but it keeps asking me for the
sudo command. What should I do?
Thanks in advance!