No command 'rvm' found
Thufir Hawat wrote:
> confirmed that this is the correct way. Why doesn't it work?
There's a clue in this line:
> Upgrading the RVM installation in /home/thufir/.rvm/
The RVM executable is probably in that directory somewhere, almost
certainly in one which is not in your $PATH. You can probably do a
search for it by doing
find /home/thufir -name rvm -type f -print
Which will print a list of files (not directories [that's what the
-type f does]) that are named 'rvm' in that directory.
Running it at its full path will likely run it normally, and then you
simply need to add that directory to your $PATH.
I don't know for sure if that works, though, so try that and see what
happens, if it works and you don't know how to add it to your $PATH,
reply and we'll do that. There may well be a more 'proper' way to do
this, but I'd expect it to be pretty clearly documented were that the
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