I am currently attempting to install Anaconda on my Linux shell. I download and check the hash code of my downloaded file, provide a directory and so on. However, my Unix refuses to execute the script. Once I type
$ sudo bash Anaconda3-5.0.1-Linux-x86_64.sh
the prompt gives:
ERROR: did not recognize option '', please try -h
-h gives nothing relevant. I tried this with a x32 and Python 2.7 versions as well, to rule out incompatibility of version in the environment.
As far as I can find, I can not need any pre-installed software. On Ask Ubuntu, I found that I needed the
buns package, which I installed but nothing improved. The
buns package is probably required for actual functioning of the program.
Is there anyone who can help me out? I am not sure what the error means or how it is constituted, as it provides me with no information.