Bugfix: No suggestions were found to fix the bash module command.September 12, 2020 by Christopher Reddall
Sometimes your computer may display an error stating that the bash module command cannot be found. This problem can be caused by a number of reasons.
In most cases, after changing the PATH environment, you will see the "bash: command not found" command to add new entries. As you can see here, the / bin directory is not listed in my PATH environment variable. By default, PATH is set in the / etc / environment file for all users on the system.
You're looking for one of our
module commands provided by the Environment Modules package. It should be a tool to change the coverage environment (PATH, unfortunately also aliases, etc.), and then common to many multi-user groups such as high performance compute clusters.
The information provided to you probably comes from a number of HPC clusters when you want the climate model to be considered. You can find more information on HPC Environmental Modules here.
Now let's get to whoever actually works with Ubuntu: in fact, setting up environment modules in Ubuntu is not difficult at all. I just tried it on Ubuntu 14.10 combined with a bash shell in less than 10 minutes.
You must comment on the last line or remove the penultimate line. This group defines the
module command you were looking for. It effectively passes the
modulecmd bash , more generally, the arguments you activate.
I have a feeling that my role is actually not very risky, because he judges everything that you present to himbased on your arguments. Some users can most likely comment on how to strengthen this.
All you have to do now is create a directory of your choice containing the so called
modules files and add it to actually get
$ MODULEPATH , maybe those which have
module matching uses / path / to / your / module files . There are usually examples of module files used by gateways.
I'm looking for a really handy tool, but not just for multi-user clusters. I totally use this to switch between different Python distributions.
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