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I have installed Git bash and I haven't used it yet. I want to run few commands to install some modules, but I don't know how to navigate to my project folder.

My project folder: C:\xampp\htdocs\server\Symfony

My OS: Windows 7

I usually do this in command prompt by

cd xampp\htdocs\server\Symfony

I want to run these commands

Thank you.

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In git bash, you'll need to use paths of the form:



  1. Using the full path to the project directory in your call to cd (e.g cd /c/xampp/htdocs/server/Symfony
  2. Try issuing the proper relative path based on which directory you are currently in. You can determine your current directory by issuing the pwd command (print working directory).
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Thank you ephsmith – Gowri Jul 9 '12 at 9:03

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