There’s a new MacOS out! It brings lots of nice features.
If you’re a user of the Anaconda distribution for Python, Data Analysis and Jupyter Notebooks you may want to wait. Installing Catalina will disable your Anaconda distribution and move the folder from your root directory to a folder on your desktop called
More details can be found here.
My steps for correcting this were:
- Move the
Relocated Items/Securityto my Home folder. (Hold
cmdas you drag to move the folder).
- Download the the command line installer for Anaconda3.
- Navigate to your
- You must now Authorize Terminal to access this directory.
- Make the install script executable with this command
chmod +x <name of anaconda installer>
- Run the installer with the -u option to upgrade an existing Anaconda installation
./<name of anaconda installer> -u
- Point the installer at your
- Sit back and relax while it downloads and installs.
- Afterwards you’ll need to run these two commands in the Terminal:
conda init zsh
- Restart the Terminal and you should be good!