I’ve installed Miniconda and have added the environment variable
export PATH="/home/username/miniconda3/bin:$PATH" to my
.bash_profile but still can’t run any conda commands in my terminal.
Am I missing another setup? I’m using zsh by the way.
If you’re using zsh and it has not been set up to read .bashrc, you need to add the Miniconda directory to the zsh shell PATH environment variable. Add this to your
Make sure to replace
/home/username/miniconda with your actual path.
Save, exit the terminal and then reopen the terminal.
conda command should work.
If you have the PATH in your .bashrc file and are still getting
conda: command not found
Your terminal might not be looking for the bash file.
bash in the terminal to insure you are in bash and then try:
For those experiencing issues after upgrading to MacOS Catalina.
# 1a) Use tool: conda-prefix-replacement - # Restores: Desktop -> Relocated Items -> Security -> anaconda3 curl -L https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/misc/cpr-exec/cpr-0.1.1-osx-64.exe -o cpr && chmod +x cpr ./cpr rehome ~/anaconda3 # or if fails #./cpr rehome ~/anaconda3 --old-prefix /Anaconda3 source ~/anaconda3/bin/activate # 1b) Alternatively - reintall anaconda - # brew cask install anaconda # 2) conda init conda init zsh # or # conda init
Maybe you need to execute “source ~/.bashrc”
Sometimes, if you don’t restart your terminal after you have installed anaconda also, it gives this error.
Close your terminal window and restart it.
It worked for me now!
Maybe you should type add this to your
It worked for me.
Execute the following command after installing and adding to the path
source is a bash shell built-in command that executes the content of the file passed as argument, in the current shell.
It runs during boot up automatically.
I had the same issue. I just closed and reopened the terminal, and it worked. That was because I installed anaconda with the terminal open.
I faced this issue on my mac after updating conda. Solution was to run conda mini installer on top of existing conda setup.
$ curl https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-MacOSX-x86_64.sh -o ~/miniconda3.sh $ bash ~/miniconda3.sh -bfp ~/miniconda3
On linux, you can use:
$ curl https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh -o ~/miniconda3.sh $ bash ~/miniconda3.sh -bfp ~/miniconda3
For other versions, you can go to https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/
For details check:
To initialize your shell run the below code
source ~/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh conda activate Your_env
It’s Worked for me, I got the solution from the below link
https://www.codegrepper.com/code-[“CommandNotFoundError: Your shell has not been properly configured to use ‘conda activate’.]examples/shell/CommandNotFoundError%3A+Your+shell+has+not+been+properly+configured+to+use+%27conda+activate%27.+To+initialize+your+shell%2C+run
Make sure that you are installing the Anaconda binary that is compatible with your kernel.
I was in the same situation.Turned out I have an x64_86 CPU and was trying to install a 64 bit Power 8 installer.You can find out the same for your CPU by using the following command.It gives you a basic information about a computer’s software and hardware.-
$ uname -a
The page in the link above, displays 2 different types of 64-Bit installers –
- 64-Bit (x86) installer and
- 64-Bit (Power 8) installer.
For Conda > 4.4 follow this:
$ echo ". /home/ubuntu/miniconda2/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" >> ~/.bashrc
then you need to reload user bash so you need to log out:
and then log again.
cd /Users/USER_NAME/anaconda3/bin && ./activate