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your missing the pika package Before you installing the pika ,install python-pip and git-core, since the pika installation depends on these packages. Then install pika Packages sudo apt-get install python-pip git-core sudo pip install pika==0.9.8
The message indicates a library is missing. Try installing it with pip using this command: pip install pika You may also have other dependencies that need to be installed as well, we'll know once the application is started after this library is installed.
You have to install python-pika package sudo apt-get install python-pika Pika is a pure-Python implementation of the AMQP 0-9-1 protocol that tries to stay fairly independent of the underlying network support library.
And just like Mutewinter I add my own answer to problem: A custom specification of LD_LIBRARY_PATH, needed for the project I was supposed to debug, caused the problem. If LD_LIBRARY_PATH contains another version of libpython, gdb may link in the wrong version causing the symbol error. You can check which version of libpython that gdb will use using the ...
Try : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libc6-dev g++ gcc This should fix your problem .
Regarding the "permission denied" message, maybe make sure that setup.py is executable. You might do a simple chmod +x setup.py. You run the install command with a sufficient privilege level. You may try sudo python3 setup.py install. To know what are the different python versions installed on your machine, I would run ll /usr/bin | grep python You ...
A red name in a black background means that a file is a link to a non existent file. Please, see this question for ls output color meanings. That means that you probably have moved the linked file or deleted it.
What turned out after following all advice above is that instead of running pip3 install uwsgi I should run the command as root: sudo pip3 install uwsgi
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