Downloaded Python 3.3 from the official site but no idea how to install it. I'm using Ubuntu 12.04
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 ( ...
Ubuntu 12.10 has Python 3.2.3 default, so does this impact existing python tools, designed to be used with older python 2.x? There was a discussion in HackerNews on the same. I'm a bit apprehensive ...
All I wrote in the interpreter was as follows: >>> print "Hello, World!" File "<stdin>", line 1 print "Hello, World!" ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax How ...
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 ...
I'm running Precise Pangolin amd64. I installed Python 3.3 from ppa:fkrull/deadsnakes. Now I want to actually use this new Python version in a virtualenv. But How can I do this? I get the following ...