So, whenever i run
composer self-update or
composer selfupdate I get the following error:
rename(/Users/jrobinson/.composer/cache/composer-temp.phar,/usr/local/bin/composer): Permission denied
I’m not too sure what’s going on. I THINK i may had screwed up my .bash_profile file up. I wasn’t having this issue prior to installing MySQL on my machine, and updating the first line in my .bash_profile.
I have looked at other articles, and I have tried reinstalling using the getcomposer.org commands on their download page. None of these solutions have fixed my problem. So please don’t mark this as a repeat question as none of the solutions on SO have helped me solve this issue.
Here is my .bash_profile file contents.
export PATH="~/.composer/vendor/bin:$PATH:/usr/local/mysql/bin" export EDITOR='sub -w'
Here is the
ls -la command run in the
Be able to run the
composer self-update command and the
mysql command from my terminal at the end of all this.
It looks like Composer is installed in
/usr/local/bin, so you probably did that as root. To update it, you also need to be a root – try with sudo:
sudo composer self-update