Failing to install anaconda from the sh file on manjaro GNOME desktop

Hello, I’m a new Manjaro user, so far I’m a happy camper. I’m learning data science, and since I couldn’t find a decent IDE (I’m a fan of VScode, but the community version in AUR is buggy as hell) I figuerd I should give Anaconda a try (mainly because it has Spyder, which also doesn’t works on my Manjaro environment).
I followed the instructions given here:

up untill where I should change the PATH variable, which I think I did, I added this line at the bottom of /etc/profile:

# added by Anaconda3 installer
 export PATH="/home/alonp/anaconda3/bin:$PATH

but the command

conda list


zsh: correct 'conda' to 'crond' [nyae]? n
zsh: command not found: conda

Can anyone help me to proceed from here in order to install anaconda?

Welcome to the forum! :slight_smile:

anaconda is available from the AUR. You can install it with… :arrow_down:

pamac build anaconda

Could I just delete the directory where the installation placed all anaconda file? because It is not listed as installed on my computer

Yes, you can. The way you did it was an install inside your user’s home directory. The AUR package will be installed system-wide instead. :wink: