After installing CentOS and setting up
pip ,,, suddenly, "command not found" is repeated, and I search the net ** No way ** cause. It's a little embarrassing, but I'll write it down. I was crushed for half a day with this. .. ..
Click Copy Code Block and paste it on the command line. Run. → Command not found Move the cursor to the upper right of the example below![Untitled.png](https://qiita-image-store.s3.ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/0/362672/7d0825af-66fc- 5c20-ac4a-5b3287de4738.png) Doesn't this come out? You can copy and paste by pressing this.
$ sudo apt-get update
The correct answer was
$ at the beginning. There is no problem if this is erased.
The copy button in the code block will copy up to $.
Since it comes out by searching the net, I will only list it here. Usually the solution is here.
$and execute **
It worked fine as long as I was typing while looking at the command.
And, of course, I didn't select the first
$ because I often copied and pasted by tracing the command with the cursor.
There is no problem up to this stage.
I did it after I knew the copy button of the code block.
Failure (￣ △ ￣;)