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I'm a complete beginner who needs help installing the tezos client correctly.

I installed tezos-client and configured tezos client endpoint to a private node following these docs: https://assets.tqtezos.com/docs/setup/1-tezos-client/#mac-os

However, when I try to import my secret key through './tezos-client import secret key (secret key) unencrypted: '

I get 'No such file or directory when there is a tezos-client file in the folder which I checked through 'ls'

So I tried to delete the Tezos client and reinstall it in the 'tezos' folder I created under Documents but I get the same problem and now I can't even see the 'tezos-client' in the folder I created..

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If you used brew for the installation it shouldn't be necessary to call tezos-client from a specific directory.

In other words you should be able to run:

tezos-client import secret key <secret_key> <uri>

without prefixing it with ./.

BTW if you only want to use stable versions, I suggest reinstalling it with:

brew tap serokell/tezos-packaging-stable https://github.com/serokell/tezos-packaging-stable.git
brew install tezos-client

(notice the stable part) as explained on the tezos-packaging docs here.

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  • Okay thanks, what is the URi part if you don't mind me asking?
    – Ser
    Jan 19 at 14:40
  • The URI there is used to specify the signing scheme used for the secret key. E.g. for unencrypted keys it would look something like unencrypted:edks... You can learn more by running tezos-client list signing schemes
    – pasqu4le
    Jan 19 at 14:57

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