Now zsh will search .local/bin and find the symlinked packages.
Verifying the Fix and Launching Jupyter
Once you’ve updated your PATH, verify that the fix worked and you can now run Jupyter!
Check the PATH
First, echo your PATH to confirm it contains the expected folders:
You should see your ~/.local/lib/pythonX.X/site-packages or venv path included.
Try Launching Jupyter
Then attempt to run the jupyter command again in your shell:
Jupyter should launch successfully without any ‘command not found’ issues!
Fixing this is essential to be able to run Jupyter and other pip-installed packages from the command line. Now you know how to update your shell’s PATH to include pip package executables. No more pesky ‘command not found’ problems!
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