I've some question about uninstalling Anaconda from macOS Big Sur. I was wondering if someone can please help me figure it our what to do. I followed the instruction on the official website (https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/install/uninstall/) plus some other guides, but I'm note an expert and I didn't reach my goal. That's what I did:
1) conda install anaconda-clean 2) anaconda-clean --yes 3) rm -rf ~/.condarc ~/.conda ~/.continuum 4) rm -rf ~/anaconda 5) conda remove -n myenv scipy *PackagesNotFoundError 6) conda remove scipy 7) conda remove scipy curl *PackagesNotFoundError 8) rm -rf ~/anaconda3 9) rm -rf ~/.anaconda_backup 10) export PATH=”/Users/MYUSERNAME/anaconda3/bin:$PATH
- At the end I've deleted the application throwing it in the trash and emptying it.
I'm not sure I did the right steps, maybe you can give me some advice. However, I didn't delete everything because I have still a folder in /opt path, /opt/anaconda3. I'm sure another folder was in /user/MYNAME, but I think I've deleted it, because I can't see it anymore, even in the hidden folders.
Then, if I run
lots of other packages are still available:
# packages in environment at /opt/anaconda3: # # Name Version Build Channel _ipyw_jlab_nb_ext_conf 0.1.0 py37_0 anaconda-clean 1.1.0 py37hecd8cb5_1 anaconda-client 1.7.2 py37_0 [...] zlib 1.2.11 h1de35cc_3 zstd 1.4.5 h41d2c2f_0
Also, conda still run in my terminal as I see (base) every time I open it, here an example:
(base) MYUSERNAME@MacBook ~ %
I also post the content inside .bash_profil, because maybe It can be related with "my terminal (base) problem":
# >>> conda initialize >>> # !! Contents within this block are managed by 'conda init' !! __conda_setup="$('/opt/anaconda3/bin/conda' 'shell.bash' 'hook' 2> /dev/null)" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then eval "$__conda_setup" else if [ -f "/opt/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" ]; then . "/opt/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" else export PATH="/opt/anaconda3/bin:$PATH" fi fi unset __conda_setup # <<< conda initialize <<<
I just wanted delete all the packages and files related to Anaconda.
Thanks in advance
type anaconda, or maybe something else for zsh) and it will tell us where the command is. It is strange that you kept anaconda3/bin in your path at step #10. /opt is also used by macPorts... maybe it was installed that way? We could spotlight search for anaconda and then do "Show all files..." to try to find left-overs. There's also a third-party application 'Find Any File' which searches for file names and other attributes. Applications store their files under Documents, Library, and Library/Application Support.
~/.zsh_profileand insert in your question.
rm -rf /opt/anaconda3( for example a single [space] after the first [/] ).