I have instructions to uninstal a program using terminal commands...but it won't let me get to the directory were the uninstall program is:
cd /Library/Application Support/SecurID
It won't let me go to Application Support folder even though when I list files in the Library directory, it shows up?
My question might not be clear....trying to get to Application Support folder using terminal and it won't let me.
That's because 'Application Support' contains a space in its name, and the shell treats spaces as argument delimiters - in other words it thinks you're asking to 'cd Applications', which is doomed to failure.
The solution is simple - either quote the file/directory name if it includes spaces (or other certain characters);
$ cd "Application Support"
or escape the troublesome character with a backslash - this tells the shell to treat the next character literally rather than as a delimiter:
$ cd Application\ Support