That tip was not given as a solution, but as a debug help. The idea is that you can then see any warning/error/other messages that may give a clue. Thus better tell if you saw messages (or nothing) and even better is to show what you saw by copy/paste from the terminal window, the prompt, the command, the output (even if none) and the next prompt (which may then show that you got no output at all). All paste between CODE tags (use the # button in the post editor to get those CODE tags). That is by far the best way to inform your helpers about what you did and saw happen (and far less “story telling” by you needed).
I assume that as long as you do not answer to the question to provide information done by @viniciusbrbio in post #2 above and explained by me in post #4 people are still waiting for it.
And in general when someone does not answer on a request for more information for more then a month, many people will assume that interest in the question is lost. And they will probably make a mental note that that person stops a discussion without further notice and thus may not be worth helping in the future.