The AWS guide is still a good starting point for this. The main piece I had trouble with was using `aws –version` once it was installed.
Prerequisite: have Python3 and Pip3 installed
Quick answer: adjust $PATH so it has the path to the AWS executable.
1) Find where it installed AWS. The guide says to use
which python3 – but when I installed Python it installed it to my user, not the system. When you ran `pip3 install awscli –updgrade –user` it should have spit out something like this `… awscli in ./Library/Python/3.8/lib/python/site-packages (1.18.18)`. The “./” indicated it is a local path, NOT the system path. You can confirm by checking `ls -la /Users/<insert_user_name>/Library/Python/3.8/bin/aws`
2) Edit ~./bash_profile and add the path
3) Reload the profile
4) Test – aws –version should output
aws-cli/1.18.18 Python/3.8.2 Darwin/17.7.0 botocore/1.15.18