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Try the following: sudo apt-get install python-pip llvm-3.5-dev export LLVM_CONFIG=/usr/bin/llvm-config-3.3 sudo -E pip install llvmlite


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You have to replace the python version in your corrupted virtualenv. Do this: Create a new Virtualenv mkvirtualenv MyNewTestEnv Locate "python" (in my case the virtualenvs are located in the home directory) cd ~/.virtualenvs/MyNewTestEnv/bin Copy "python" from the new virtualenv into your corrupted virtualenv cp ...


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Just install the tkinter sudo apt-get install python-tk or if you choose python3 sudo apt-get install python3-tk http://tkinter.unpythonic.net/wiki/How_to_install_Tkinter


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Sometimes the developpers add an 'uninstall' target to their Makefile, so you should at first try to do a: sudo make uninstall Then you can force the configuration of the default 2.7.3 by issuing a: sudo dpkg-reconfigure python Otherwise, maybe you can explain better what you mean by 'my system is screwed up completely'.


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İ assume that you are using Turkish as system language. Turn it to English and it should work, than I suggest you do a clean installation.


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You have to install uuid-dev package. You can do so by executing this command in Terminal (to launch Terminal do CRTL + ALT + T): sudo apt-get install uuid-dev And say in Makefile.linux file that you need the library libuuid.so. To do that, edit the file and add -luuid to the line: LIBS = -L${LIBDIR} ${LIBDIR}/libML64i3.a -lstdc++ -lpthread -lm -lrt ...


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Installing python again should resolve the issues: sudo apt-get install python



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