Tutor: command not found

I am trying to upgrade tutor from 10.3.1 to 10.5.4

curl -L "https://github.com/overhangio/tutor/releases/download/v10.5.4/tutor-$(uname -s)_$(uname -m)" -o /home/app/bin/tutor

Then I am trying to run this command (tutor images build openedx)

Hi @chthan4046! If you decide to save the tutor binary in /home/app/bin you need to make sure that this folder is included in your path. What is the output of the following command?

echo $PATH

You should learn more about the PATH environment variable here: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/unix-linux-adding-path/

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I am not sure am I correct but when check Github tags. I didn’t found the 10.5.4 version

Indeed. v10.5.4 was published on Pypi but not as a binary release. This is because older releases are explicitely not supported. You are encouraged to either install from pypi or upgrade to v11.

Can i have best resource to run tutor in local machine(MAC).
I fallowed this document Quickstart (1-click install) — Tutor documentation
but i am getting one on other error

@chthan4046 please follow the instructions from the install section in the docs: Install Tutor — Tutor documentation

In particular, pay attention to:

On Mac OS, by default, containers are allocated 2 GB of RAM, which is not enough. You should follow these instructions from the official Docker documentation to allocate at least 4-5 GB to the Docker daemon. If the deployment fails because of insufficient memory during database migrations, check the relevant section in the troubleshooting guide.

In case of trouble, check the troubleshooting guide: Troubleshooting — Tutor documentation
In particular: Troubleshooting — Tutor documentation

And please don’t try to address different problems in the same topic in these forums. Instead, create a separate topic for each question.

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