To get started on the command-line stuff, I recommend you have a read through our brief Introduction to the Unix command-line.
set_path in the title of your post, but this bears no relationship to accessing you data – it only ensures that the commands you’ve just installed are available on the command-line.
I’m not sure what this is about… But once you have MRtrix3 installed (I’m assuming you made it that far?), then there should be no need to compile anything else – all the compilation required should already have been done.
By default, your home folder when you start an MSYS2 terminal is located within the
home folder, itself contained within the folder where you installed MSYS2. You should be able to navigate to your own Windows home folder with:
$ cd /c/Users/yourusername/
obviously, you’ll need to replace
yourusername with your actual username in the above command. From there, you’ll be able to see your own Documents, Desktop, etc. (using e.g.
Note that you can set your MSYS2 home folder to be the same as your Windows one with this simple trick (this is how my laptop is set up).