Doubt regarding Initialising a Blockchain [closed]

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Whenever Iam trying to run the command:

/home/vashist/go-ethereum/build/bin/geth --datadir ~/ethereum/net3/ init genesis/genesis3.json

to initialise the Blockchain, Iam getting the following response:

Fatal: Failed to read genesis file: open genesis/genesis3.json: no such file or directory

How do I resolve this?
closed as a duplicate of: Issue in Initialising the Blockchain
Jan 5 in Blockchain by vt
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closed Jan 6 by Kalgi 76 views

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