Check that you do not have an error like an extra space or character when
you add it to your PATH. Also you must either ‘source’ the modified
./bashrc or restart your terminal for changes to the PATH environmental
variable to take effect.
You can check the contents of your active PATH variable by doing 'echo
$PATH' on the command line.
Also check that you finished the installation procedure. If so the
'maker' script should be in the .../maker/bin/ directory. Make sure it is
there, and make sure it is the .../maker/bin/ directory and not the
.../maker/ or .../maker/src/ directory that you added to the PATH.
>Professor of Human Genetics
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>Eccles Institute of Human Genetics
>University of Utah
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>From: Nandita Pasari [[hidden email]]
>Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 5:09 AM
>To: Mark Yandell
>Subject: Issues regarding maker
>I have been trying to install maker and the configuration it is showing
>on installation is ok.
>when I type maker -h it shows
>"No command 'maker' found, did you mean:
> Command 'wmaker' from package 'wmaker-common' (universe)
> Command 'makeg' from package 'xutils-dev' (main)
> Command 'make' from package 'make' (main)
> maker: command not found"
>Also I have set the path in nano ./bashrc profile still it is not running.
>Can you please help me out.
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