$ node -bash: /usr/local/bin/node: No such file or directory $ foo -bash: foo: command not found
What's the difference? In both cases,
foo are invalid commands, but it seems like Unix just can't find the
node binary? When uninstalling a program, e.g.
node, is there a way to clean this up so that I get
$ node -bash: node: command not found
$ type node node is hashed (/usr/local/bin/node) $ type foo -bash: type: foo: not found