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I have installed cygwin, but it cannot find commands associated with the download of MapR scripts.

Question asked by johniccp on Mar 25, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 25, 2016 by johniccp


I started out by choosing Google to host my first MapR project.  It did so because of the $300 credit, and 60 days of free use.

I began by installing Google SDK.  The Google website appears to have been updated since the instructions in the ADM200 class were last updated (Nov 2015).  I have installed cygwin.  It is Red Hat's x64 version (previous experience with RedHat products was positive).  I am using Windows 8.1.

I open the cygwin application, and a command interface appears.  I began with simple commands I recall from using Linux years ago.

$ ls -l

total 0

$ pwd

/home/John

$ git

-bash: git: command not found

 

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- John

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