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How did you install pymouse ? On github it says that PyMouse has been merged into PyUserInput at https://github.com/SavinaRoja/PyUserInput Maybe you should try to install this module instead. "unix.py" seems to be a file|module from (outdated) pymouse package. Try to download pymouse from git as zip and to run it locally, see if it works (just ...
Of course You (I) can not install python-tk using pip! As tk is TkInter (-> Interface to TK, which is written in C(++) ) you need to install the C(++) Library TK. you cannot install this library using pip, as pip is only designed to install pure python packages. By the way you would not have the sufficient rights to install the library. So you need to ask ...
Your installed version is obsolete which means it or a later version isn't available from your current repositories. Normally I would blame trusty-proposed. If you had that enabled, upgraded python3.4 and then disabled it, it would display exactly per your question. However, it seems trusty-updates recently had python3.4 version 3.4.3 SRUd into it. This is ...
venv is a built-in module in Python 3. You can always call it via the -m <module> call stack. So for your example: python3 -m venv --without-pip venv As for where it's gone, 3.4.0 (in trusty-updates and trusty-security) ships the script. However 3.4.3 in trusty-proposed does not. This may explain why yours has gone missing. You can still use it ...
for me, I set default python to 3 using the following command sudo update-alternatives --config python changing it back to python 2 solves the problem
The python3.4 source install does not install any python command (surprise!), it installs python3.4. You need to create a symlink or wrapper in order to make 3.4 the default python and/or python3.
Microsoft offers free Windows VM images for download. They're meant to be used to test websites in Internet Explorer, but they're still fully featured copies of Windows on which you could install Python 3 and test your application in a more faithful Windows environment than Wine
I have just installed Pmw 2.0.0 using python3 on LinuxMint 17. I downloaded the current release candidate from here and performed the following three steps: python3 setup.py config python3 setup.py build python3 setup.py install I assume that you typed python instead of python3, but please correct me if I'm wrong. Using python instead of python3 will ...
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