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I am currently running ubuntu 13.10.I want to download pythoncard for python2.7.6.I also have anaconda1.8.0.So whenever i start python in my terminator or terminal,it starts along with anaconda.

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The package python-pythoncard is in universe, so I assume a simple

sudo apt-get install python-pythoncard

should work. Alternatively, open the Software Center and search for pythoncard.

(PS: I am relatively new to this site and believe this should rather be a comment than an answer. But I am unable to give a comment due to a lack op reputation …)

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This looks like an answer to me! (Comments are used to ask for clarifications and may be deleted.) – Flimm Jan 5 '14 at 10:49
yeah,filmm is right.But thanks for your answer,Keba. – saisanjeev Jan 6 '14 at 5:29
@saisanjeev: So, did it work out? Perhaps you should either mark the answer as correct or edit your question and state that this does not work because of … – Keba Jan 6 '14 at 12:46
@saisanjeev: If you anaccept an answer it might be an idea to tell us whether you still have a problem here. – Keba May 13 '14 at 17:44

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