If you have already installed Miniconda and cannot run the commands in the terminal while using zsh, you may find the following helpful.
In case you have already added the appropriate path environment variable to bashrc and bash_profile files, you would need to add the Miniconda folder directory to the PATH environment variable of zsh shell.
Read: How is the path environment variable managed in Linux
This can be done by copying the following command in the .zshrc file which is located in your /User/<your_username>/ directory:
The line which contains the string /home/your_username/miniconda would need to be replaced with your actual path. Once done, save and quit the terminal.
Answer due to Gabriel Florit.
How to fix Conda command is not recognized on Windows 10
Another similar error might occur when you have Anaconda 4 installed. This is raised when you run the command :
in your Window command prompt, you will end up receiving an error:
‘conda’ command is not recognized…
What you can do is to first jot down the location in which Anaconda3 was installed and set the path to this folder.
Read: Anaconda navigator not opening on Windows 10
If for instance you installed anaconda3 under C:\Anaconda3, you will then need to add both paths C:\Anaconda3 and C:\Anaconda3\Scripts\ to your path environment variable, like so :
Answer due to Markus Joppich
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