Did I mention I'm still new to Linux? LOL
It worked! Thanks a bunch! ^_^
On Friday, June 17, 2016 at 1:02:29 PM UTC-6, Feng Xiao wrote:
> Try /usr/bin/protoc?
> It might has something to do with command cache. See:
>> [oi.lee@localhost protobuf-2.6.1]$ protoc --version
>> bash: /usr/local/bin/protoc: No such file or directory
>> I tried reinstall via the first link above but the above command still
>> does not work.
>> On Friday, June 17, 2016 at 12:36:01 PM UTC-6, Oi Lee wrote:
>>> Hello, so I am pretty new to this and was trying to figure out what I
>>> did wrong. So I started out using Proto3 and now decided to use Proto2
>>> (since Proto3 is still in Beta). I installed Proto2 (
>>> and noticed that if I check for version it said Proto3. So I followed the
>>> following post to remove Proto3:
>>> But now it doesn't recognize the protoc command, ie: protoc --version. I
>>> tried reinstalling proto2, but no luck. Any suggestions will be greatly
>>> OS: CentOS Linux 7
>>> Kernel: Linux 3.10.0-327.18.2.el7.x86_64
>>> Architecture: x86-64
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