I have an EC2 instance running Ubuntu 18.04.
I have a python Flask server implemented inside it, and I want it to start running as soon as I boot. I would like to do this with
When I login and run the following in order, the conda environment activates, and therefore my Flask server runs well.
cd ~ cd pult conda activate pult export FLASK_APP=hello.py flask run
So this is what I wrote in
/etc/rc.local. The file did not exist, so I made one.
#!/bin/bash cd ~ cd pult sudo ln -s /home/ubuntu/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh /etc/profile.d/conda.sh conda activate pult export FLASK_APP=hello.py flask run
And when I run
/bin/bash /etc/rc.local I get this error, and the conda environment fails to activate.
CommandNotFoundError: Your shell has not been properly configured to use 'conda activate'. If your shell is Bash or a Bourne variant, enable conda for the current user with $ echo ". /home/ubuntu/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" >> ~/.bashrc or, for all users, enable conda with $ sudo ln -s /home/ubuntu/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh /etc/profile.d/conda.sh The options above will permanently enable the 'conda' command, but they do NOT put conda's base (root) environment on PATH. To do so, run $ conda activate in your terminal, or to put the base environment on PATH permanently, run $ echo "conda activate" >> ~/.bashrc Previous to conda 4.4, the recommended way to activate conda was to modify PATH in your ~/.bashrc file. You should manually remove the line that looks like export PATH="/home/ubuntu/anaconda3/bin:$PATH" ^^^ The above line should NO LONGER be in your ~/.bashrc file! ^^^
I also tried:
source ~/.bashrcin line 2 (running this should put
export PATH="/home/ubuntu/anaconda3/bin:$PATH"in place of line 4
But they all give the same error. What should I do, so that
/bin/bash /etc/rc.local will activate the conda environment?