Error attempting installing ethermint

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I have installed ethermint and followed all the steps in the readme document. Now at the following step t the step ethermint --datadir ~/.ethermint init setup/genesis.json, I get the following error: ethermint: command not found. 

Aug 2, 2018 in Blockchain by Johnathon
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I faced the same issue. Here's where I what I was doing wrong: 

It turns out that whenever I opened a terminal, then the go version would default to go1.6, even if I was in the go1.8.3 directory. To solve the error, you need to delete the old go version off of your computer, and then use gvm to set the right go version. 

answered Aug 2, 2018 by Christine
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