% conda zsh: command not found: conda
If you are getting the above error message on macOS Terminal after you try conda command, there found the below reasons,
- conda package has not been installed on your device.
- conda has been installed but the path is not set.
Download and install conda from its website for macOS:Anaconda: https://www.anaconda.com/download/
This should add the environment path to the zshrc profile
If conda is already installed make sure you add its path to the environment variable in the zsh profile file:
- Open Zsh profile file: nano ~/.zshrc
- Add the line at the bottom of the file:
export PATH ="/Users/c2c/anaconda/bin:$PATH"
- Save the file.
- Apply the changes: source ~/.zshrc
You can check if the changes got done properly by running the command conda --version if you do not get the error again and you see the version displayed that you are good to go!
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