When I open a new bash, nvm command is not found. It seems that the ~/.nvm/nvm.sh is not being loaded on bash startup.
I have added the line below to ~/.bashrc
[[ -s /home/$USER/.nvm/nvm.sh ]] && . /home/$USER/.nvm/nvm.sh
Any ideas why it is happening?
Best How To :
If you are running from a new bash instance, and you HAVE the initialization code at your ~/.bashrc, ~/.bash_profile, etc, then you need to check this initialization file for conditionals.
On Ubuntu 14, there is a:
case $- in
At line 6, that will halt it's execution if bash is not being ran with the "-i" (interactive) flag. So you would need to run:
Also, at the end of the file, there is a
[ -z "$PS1" ] && return
That will halt it's execution if not being ran with $PS1 set (like on a remote ssh session).
If you do not wish to add any env vars or flags, you will need to remove those conditionals from your initialization file.
Hope that's helpful.