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  • Dec 22 2016 16:56
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noerrm
@noerrm

Hi, I cannot use the exercism commands in the command line because I am behind a corporate proxy. I set the proxy in the Windows 10 environment variables. The error is "[Get https://api.exercism.io/v1/ping: proxyconnect tcp: net/http: TLS handshake timeout]".

Regarding the previous messages, I set the proxy and https proxy as system variables.

Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
It seems as if its TLS timeout takes to much time. This timeout isn't configurable currently.
mapnhike
@mapnhike
just signed up for exercism as a newbie looking to learn javascript. Have node installed v10.16.3 ; npm v6.9.0; and git v2.23.0 windows 1 - installed Jest 24.9 Babel 7.6 and ESLint v6.4. When I try to install exercism CLI and use the command "exercism configure with the tokens, i receive "bash: exercism: command not found" -
mapnhike
@mapnhike
troubleshooting and exited the command line (bash) restarted and tried again; - worked and received "You have configured the Exercism command line client" and acknowledges config dir, Token, Workspace, and API Base URL -
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
I'm glad to hear that you have sorted it out. Feel free to ask any question you might have next
bmnn01co
@bmnn01co
guys
which langauge programming I should pick if I want find quickly a job
Victor Goff
@kotp
I would pick one in which you already have experience with. Otherwise, find one that is used in your area of expertise to solve problems in that area, and learn that language.
uMaDe132
@uMaDe132
Hi, im having problems installing the exercism to the $PATH, can anyone help me?
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
@bmnn01co totally depends on what you already know, where you live, if you are willing/able to move for your job, if you accept remote positions or want only work remote, etc. If you were living in Hamburg, my bet were Java or PHP if you have prior knowledge in either. Or moving to somewhere outside of Germany if you haven't studied… Finding the first position without having succesfully studied is hard here…
@uMaDe132 sure. What error do you see?
Lucian Daniel Crisan
@crisanlucid
I cannot install properly exorcism
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
Hello @crisanlucid, this is quite a common problem if you have downloaded the wrong archive, please double check if it was the correct one and matches your OS and CPU architecture.
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
Hi, I have messed up the first step, help would be appreciated.
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
@nonononahnah_gitlab! I'm not sure what step you are talking about, as steps are different per operating system, but usually the first thing to do is downloading…
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
Ah, ok. That was probably the thing I messed up first. Which one do I need to dl for my Manjaro?
then I tried the steps as described, building a directory
did not work either
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
Manjaro is an Arch derivative AFAIR, and therefore a linux.
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
I downloaded linux 64
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
And what does "did not work either" mean? Any error message?
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
no, just did not build the directory, and when I built it in a different way and used the move command, it did not show up, not even with -al
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
What were the exact commands you used?
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
oh, I have the worst memory possible, sorry. Must have used the commands that were described in the step by step instructions...lemme try and remember
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
You should have a history…
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
mkdir -p !/bin
oh, how can I get to that history please?
I'll just p[aste it then
~ not !
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
You can navigate it using the up and down keys… You can search it using CTRL-R and you can view it using history
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
42 mkdir - ~/bin
43 ls -al
44 mv exercism ~/bin
45 rm bin-r
46 rm bin -r
47 ls -al
48 exit
49 clear
50 mkdir ~/bin
51 ls -al
52 cd ..
53 clear
54 mkdir ~/bin -p
55 ls -al
56 mkdir -p ~/bin
57 ls -al
58 mkdir -p ~/bin
59 pwd
60 ls =al
61 ls-al
62 ls -al
63 mkdir bin
64 ls -al
65 mkdir -p ~/bin
66 ls -al
67 mv exercism ~/bin
68 cd bin
69 ls
70 ls =al
71 ls -al
72 pwd
73 cd .
74 cd .exit
75 cd..
76 clear
77 mv exercism ~/bin
78 cd bin
79 pwd
80 ls
81 ls -al
82 ~/bin/exercism
83 cd ..
84 cd ..
85 cd ..
86 cd ..
87 cd ..
88 pwd
89 exercism
90 cd extracting here
91 ls
92 cd home
93 ls
94 cd usr
95 clear
96 exercism
97 ls
98 ls -al
99 clear
100 exercism
101 clear
102 history
that is just the one from the shell, afterwards I used the one within the directory I extracted it to
1sec
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
I do not need your history
Just check whether or not ~/bin does exist. stat ~/bin
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
soz
ok yes it does
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
So nothing messed up so far.
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
hmm
lol
not sure
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
Now us cdto navigate into the folder you have extracted the tarball to
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
I did make a bin directory in the root directory didnt I?
oh ok
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
No, in your home folder. Thats what ~ means
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
oh
Norbert Melzer
@NobbZ
But you seem to lack a lot of basic knowledge. Are you sure Manjaro is the right distribution for you?
no
@nonononahnah_gitlab
I don't know, is any Linux?
That is why I was trying to gain some knowledge with the bash course