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I used these comments:

sudo apt-get install -y build-essential cmake gfortran git pkg-config 
sudo apt-get install -y python-dev software-properties-common wget vim
sudo apt-get autoremove

then appear this issue:

redhwan@redhwan:~$ list
No command 'list' found, did you mean:
 Command 'hist' from package 'loki' (universe)
 Command 'flist' from package 'nmh' (universe)
 Command 'gist' from package 'yorick' (universe)
 Command 'last' from package 'util-linux' (main)
 Command 'bist' from package 'bist' (universe)
 Command 'klist' from package 'krb5-user' (universe)
 Command 'klist' from package 'heimdal-clients' (universe)
 Command 'dist' from package 'nmh' (universe)
 Command 'lift' from package 'lift' (universe)
list: command not found

how to fix this issue?

The system: Linux ubuntu16.04

please help or any suggestions

Thanks in advance.

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  • What do you expect that command to do? Feb 25 '20 at 7:15
  • How to fix what ? I don't see that any of the packages you've installed should contain a command called list. What do you expect list to do ?
    – Soren A
    Feb 25 '20 at 7:15
  • this problem, I need to use for example redhwan@redhwan:~$ list pip or redhwan@redhwan:~$ list topic and so on
    – REDHWAN
    Feb 25 '20 at 7:42
  • There is no "list" command in plain Linux. You may be confusing with ls to list files. list could have been defined as an alias to ls.
    – xenoid
    Feb 25 '20 at 7:48
  • no, there are ls and list. I am sure 100%.
    – REDHWAN
    Feb 25 '20 at 8:21
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You are using it the wrong way. The list command is part of pip

pip list 

shows the installed python modules where you used pip to install.

pip3 uses pip3 list.

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  • Thank you so much, Oh My God!. Mental state, please forgive me, I bother you.
    – REDHWAN
    Feb 25 '20 at 13:04
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    @REDHWAN I do it for the accepted vote ;-) Glad you got it sorted out.
    – Rinzwind
    Feb 25 '20 at 13:08

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