I think fs command comes under Hadoop, not HDFS. So instead of using hdfs fs command, you can use hadoop fs. You need to change your command as shown below.
You can either run
$ hdfs dfs -mkdir
$ hadoop fs -mkdir
What happens if you execute: hadoop version ?
There may be two possibilities:
It's safe to ignore this warning.
Make sure you have these two lines in your .bashrc file:
ideally, you should be using hdfs dfs instead, You can use this
hdfs dfs -mkdir [hdfs location]
Could you mention the steps you followed to install Hadoop?
Can you please paste your core-site.xml file entry?
First, change your core-site.xml property as shown below.
And regarding your warning part, It will not affect your Hadoop configuration. But you can remove this part also. You need to add the HADOOP_OPTS value in the .bashrc file.
export HADOOP_OPTS="$HADOOP_OPTS -Djava.library.path=$HADOOP_HOME/lib/native"
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