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16 Sep, 2022 03:24 PM
I've installed Geekbench 5 on my M1 Macbook Air and applied a pro license. I've tried using Tools > Install Terminal Command to run Geekbench 5 via the terminal using the geekbench5 command, but I get a 'command not found' error. I've also tried looking whether the link exists in ls -al /usr/local/bin/geekbench5, but there's nothing there.
ls: /usr/local/bin/geekbench5: No such file or directory
zsh: command not found: geekbench5
I've tried multiple times, restarting my machine, opening a new tab and window in the terminal and making sure the /usr/bin folder exists in the PATH variable.
What should I do to get the command running via the terminal?
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