I have been fiddling with my Python installation on Ubuntu 12.04 (I was having trouble installing a python library), and at one point my python command wasn't working. It turned out the symlink was ...
I am new to ubuntu and I wanted to shift my version to Python 3.4.1. So I ran the command: $ sudo update-alternatives --config python update-alternatives: error: no alternatives for python But ...
I have python 2.7 and python 3.3 in my Ubuntu 13.10 system.I have easygui in-built for python2.7 but not for python3.3.But when I download the zip file of easygui and unzip it and type "python3 ...
I have ubuntu 13.10.I have SPE which runs for python2.7.4+.But i need to run it for python 3.3.2+.How can i do it.My system uses python2.7.4+ by default.
I can access Python 3 via python3 command. But I want to make the default interpreter to use python command for Python 3. Simple typing python takes me to Python 2. How to upgrade?
I have downloaded and installed python 3.2.3 for Ubuntu/Debian. Also IDLE IDE for 3.2.3. If I execute IDLE for 3.2.3 explicitely, 3.2.3 runs under IDLE and all is well. But if I go to a terminal ...
Possible Duplicate: need to have 2 versions of python? I have projects that require different resources from the two different versions of Python. My question is can I have both versions of ...
Well, as I say, I need to have 2 versions of python installed on my PC. The first must be the latest one in order to use youtube-dl, and the second must be the 2.7 version to use it for a course ( ...