Yeah, simple -
git --version (holds true for most applications)
If you get
-bash: git: command not found when you run
git --version it means git is not installed or it is not on PATH.
Make sure git is installed.
- Git is usually installed at
- Make sure there is a binary file where you installed git. If not, install git.
If git is installed, then it is mostly likely not on PATH
Find the path where you installed it and do something like this to add it to the path and set in your profile:
echo 'export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.profile
Then make sure you restart terminal before trying to run any git commands