To verify that conda is installed, in your Terminal window or an Anaconda Prompt, run:
Conda responds with the version number that you have installed,
If you get an error message, make sure of the following:
- You are logged into the same user account that you used to install Anaconda or Miniconda.
- You are in a directory that Anaconda or Miniconda can find.
- You have closed and re-opened the Terminal window after installing conda.
In addition to the
conda --version command explained above,
you can determine what conda version is installed by running
one of the following commands in your Terminal window or an Anaconda Prompt:
To update conda, in your Terminal window or an Anaconda Prompt, run:
conda update conda
Conda compares versions and reports what is available to install.
It also tells you about other packages that will be automatically
updated or changed with the update. If conda reports that a newer
version is available, type
y to update:
Proceed ([y]/n)? y