u still there
To unzip a file in MacOS simply double click the file, it will extract the contents into a folder.
Here, I double clicked the PhantomBot-2.4.2.zip file:
Yes. Now follow the rest of the directions on how to run PhantomBot from the Terminal for MacOS. If you skip right to the bottom, you just have to change how launch.sh works; note that you may have PhantomBot in a different folder than Documents. Be sure to access the correct folder that you downloaded to.
- right-click launch.sh -> “Open With” -> “Other…” -> search for Terminal and select it -> check “Always Open With” -> hit “Open” Enable All Applications might have to be selected rather than Enable Recommended Applications
- next time you wanna launch it: go to Documents/PhantomBot -> right-click launch.sh -> “Open” -> click “Open”
- next time you wanna launch it: go to Documents/PhantomBot -> just double-click launch.sh
Beyond this, there is not much more I can say. We have provided steps that other folks have had success with implementing in MacOS.
how do I do that
Start the Terminal app and run the following commands. Documents/ being what ever folder you put the bot into
cd Documents/ mv PhantomBot-x.x PhantomBot - Note replace `x.x` with the current bot version. cd PhantomBot/ chmod u+x launch-service.sh chmod u+x launch.sh
then follow step 7 and onwards at
it wont let me copy and paste it in the terminal app
then type it in or see if right click pastes? i dont know mac as i dont buy an over priced pc
how do I do the space or drop a line without it removing it
each line is a new command in that example
I type it in the way it shows and nothing happen
first off is the PhantomBot-2.4.2 folder in your Documents folder?
I dont know it shows its in download folder
then do cd Download/
ok now follow them steps 1 line at a time NOT all one one line
so I have to type in one line then enter do then do the next line
it did not work