The command could not be located because '/snap/bin' is not included in the PATH environment variable

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command 'ls' is available in '/bin/ls'
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when i try to run git-all-secrets i got Dockerfile: command not found and this is the command include correct information

here is an example of the issue

root@momo22:/home/momo/git-all-secrets# docker run -it abhartiya/tools_gitallsecrets -token=9a8b60a10cf683f238e05 -org=bugcrwod
Command 'docker' is available in '/snap/bin/docker'
The command could not be located because '/snap/bin' is not included in the PATH environment variable.
docker: command not found
root@momo22:/home/momo/git-all-secrets# 
Temporary solution:

Run the command export PATH=$PATH:/snap/bin

Permanent solution:

Edit /etc/environment and add /snap/bin in the list then restart your system.

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answer for similar error with same fix More info on /etc/enviroment

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you can add the path into .bashrc file

$ echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/snap/bin' >> ~/.bashrc

open new terminal or execute this command

$ source ~/.bashrc

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To fix this issue do the following:

  1. Open the file /etc/environment.
  2. Add /snap/bin to the end of the PATH Variable and concatenate using the : character.

    Example lets assume we had the PATH variable in the file was: Path="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin"

    After your update this will look like: /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/snap/bin

  3. Finally to update your shell and have the PATH variable ready to use, run source /etc/environment
  4. Done

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Comments
  • what os? and what are the results of: "whereis docker"?
  • I have the same error when running docker on ubuntu 18.04 . I have chosen the docker to be installed during the installation of the server
  • I can confirm that even on Ubuntu 20.04 the case is consistent with the user above, docker gets installed into /snap/bin and not added to $PATH, see answers below on how to do it.
  • No need to restart the system. Just use source /etc/environment