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I am using a Mac OSX, updated my bash_profile after following the instructions in one of the Udacity courses. However I am no longer able to access to my ipython notebook or even conda. I get the following

conda --version 
-bash: conda: command not found

also:

ipython nootebook 
-bash: ipythone: command not found

I am not sure how to fix this. I tryied erasing my .bash_profile file but it does not work. I also tried the suggestion here did not work and this one did not work either. I have also noticed that my the title in my terminal has and extra - . It reads carlosdelamora-- -bash--80x24 and I believe it used to be carlosdelamora--bash--80x24. I do not know if that is relevant.

  • I should say that I did not updated my .bash_profile file but I created one. I also have a .bash_profile-anaconda.bak, .bash_profile.pysave in my home directory. – Carlos De la Mora Jul 8 '16 at 20:08
  • Assuming default anaconda installation path, you just need to add this line to .bash_profile export PATH=$HOME/anaconda/bin:$PATH – Argonauts Jul 8 '16 at 22:07
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I would think that you have lost the PATH command added by Anaconda.

Add this to your .bash_profile

export PATH="/Users/<username>/anaconda/bin:$PATH"

(Replacing <username> with your username, of course.)

  • It now has conda working. At least when I type conda --version I found it. However it still not working the way it used to be. I have two other files .bash_profile-anaconda.bak .bash_profile.pysave – Carlos De la Mora Jul 11 '16 at 3:25
  • Ok I added .bash_profile-anaconda.bak and it works as it used to. – Carlos De la Mora Jul 11 '16 at 3:39

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