Great! BTW, windows 10 allows complete Ubuntu environment so you don’t need cygwin separately. You can enable Linux and work like standalone machine.
pip2.7 works and pip doesn’t. Thanks.
Same here, really annoying setting up the system. There really has to be a better way than this.
Windows 10: -bash: pip: command not found
If you follow the video exactly (I’m on Windows 10), you’ll get the “pip: command not found” error. To fix this, do the following:
-Go back to your Cygwin installer and start it again (setup-x86_64.exe)
-Run through the steps until it gets to the Select Packages page
-Select the ‘full’ option, and enter “setup” in the search box
-Toggle the icon for the python2-setuptools so that you’ll install it like you did for wget int he video
-In the search box, enter “openssh”
-Toggle the icon for the ‘net’ item so that opennssh is selected
-Finish the Cygwin install process
-Start Cygwin and type: easy_install-2.7 pip
-You should now have pip in your Cygwin python, and the pip install awscli will now work.
aha! that was it for me as well - thank you.
whaaaaaat? this sounds amazing.
Is there a “getting started” link you could point to for getting full Ubuntu on windows?
gah, I’m getting the following error:
$ pip2.7 install aws cli
Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement cli (from versions: )
No matching distribution found for cli
oooo is this what you’re talking about?
Looks cool, I’m looking into how to add my new anaconda install to the $PATH