In other words, bashtop may not be installed, and we need to install the same. Posts: 1,833 Rep: Well the answer is obvious-- it's not in the path, try calling it by the full path name Location: Louisville, OH. The output:-bash: 1: command not found. The way to get it right is to specify the correct encoding on top of your py file to match your file character encoding. Step #3: Add admin user to /etc/sudoers. So I have written a bashscript.sh file to check if a directory project1_repo is empty after cloning a project. It says ‘-bash: dig: command not found‘ I tried yum install dig, but it failed.How do I install dig command on CentOS 7 Linux using the command line? I can't set the Finder to show all files since my terminal won't recognize the commands necessary to do that. Usually refers to the bash definition not being well written, make sure it is defined as follows on the first line of the script: #!/bin/bash If bash's location is different, you can also find it with: which bash Registered: Dec 2008. please help me out with this thank you shankar 01-09-2009, 02:30 PM #2: custangro. i am new to linux.i am unable to open the vi text editor. When you see "import: command not found" on the very first import, it is caused by the parser not using the character encoding matching your py file. 04-28-2010, 10:32 AM #2: rweaver. Distribution: Debian, CentOS, Slackware, RHEL, Gentoo. I deployed CentOS 7 Linux minimal in the cloud. … I'm just starting with some scripts with the bash. bash: vi:command not found. Now I got the following errors: 0=1: command not found on line 9. whenever i type vi i get bash: vi:command not found what shall i do. So install it as per your Linux distro or Unix variant: as ec2-user: [ec2-user@stg etc]$ sudo supervisorctl status sudo: supervisorctl: command not found as root: [ec2-user@stg etc]$ sudo su - Last login: Tue Jun 6 03:02:55 UTC 2017 on pts/1 [root@stg ~]# supervisorctl status kafka BACKOFF Exited too quickly (process log may have details) zookeeper RUNNING pid 24697, uptime 0:25:11 For instance I can install bashtop using the operating system’s package manager: $ snap install bashtop # snaps (apps) on Linux $ sudo apt install bashtop # Debian Linux Senior Member . Home * Error: command not found on line 17; I want to check with my script if the home-directory and later some other directories exist and have the right permission. However, I am unable to find the dig command on my newly created CentOS 7 server. Especially when you are not using ASCII encoding in your py file. Senior Member . I think your bash definition isn't properly defined on the script. 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