I don't know what's more embarrassing: that I don't know how to go about finding the answer to this question myself, or that it has to be asked at all in the first place, but...
virtualenvwrapper.shscript after it installs
I'm at wits' end...
% sudo apt-get install virtualenvwrapper ... % rehash % which virtualenvwrapper.sh virtualenvwrapper.sh not found % which virtualenvwrapper virtualenvwrapper not found % find / -path /media -prune -o -name virtualenvwrapper.sh /media % dpkg-query -L virtualenvwrapper | grep 'virtualenvwrapper\.sh' % sudo apt-get install virtualenvwrapper Reading package lists... Building dependency tree... Reading state information... virtualenvwrapper is already the newest version. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
I've run out of things to try:
virtualenvwrapper is already installed, but I can't find any sign of
UPDATE: Well, I just discovered that the file
...looks very much like
virtualenvwrapper.sh. I can't tell whether this file was put there by
apt-get when I ran
apt-get install virtualenvwrapper (the file's mdate is several months ago), but if it was, then I'm mystified by the apparent stupidity of the arrangement... For one thing, not everyone uses
bash (I happen to use
zsh). For another, one may want to run
virtualenvwrapper.sh at times other than startup... I'm sure I'm missing something major here, but on the surface, it sure looks like the
apt-get installation of
virtualenvwrapper is plain retarded... At any rate, it wasted about three hours of my time...