I use VS Code for my pushing and pulling changes from org and branch and earlier I was able to use the SFDX commands but now I am not able to do so. Now when I try to run any SFDX command in the terminal of my VS Code it throws the below error :-

/usr/local/google/home/ganit/.local/share/sfdx/client/bin/sfdx: line 16: /usr/local/google/home/ganit/.local/share/sfdx/client/bin/../7.110.0-85b006b/bin/sfdx: No such file or directory

and when I go to that file path mentioned in the error I find the below mentioned content :-

and I don't what this means as I do no the shell scripting language. What could be the issue with my setup? How can I fix this? Please help !!!

Thanks in advance !!!

2 Answers 2


This is an issue that's been reported. For now, potential solutions include downgrading to an older version or using the Node version (npm install sfdx-cli). Either way, try uninstalling and reinstalling.

And yeah it is easily fixable if you just delete that folder and either reinstall it with the .pkg which will keep you on the auto-update track, OR use the Node version and it never updates automatically, you have to sfdx update

I personally use the npm version, it gives me an easy way to update on my schedule and generally avoids these kinds of random glitches that occur.


I had the same problem on a linux Box. I have download the sfdx-linux-x64.tar.xz and extracted it to a specific directory example sfdx. After adding export PATH=~/sfdx/bin:$PATH to the .bash everything works

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