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u1ftp is not written in Python 3. You need to use Python 2.
It is easier than as it seems: virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python3 yourenv source yourenv/bin/activate pip install package-name really works :)
Solution kindly supplied on Stackoverflow board by Furas: For Python 2 try: import tkMessageBox import tkSimpleDialog msg = tkMessageBox sdg = tkSimpleDialog or simpler: import tkMessageBox as msg import tkSimpleDialog as sdk For Python 3 try: from tkinter import messagebox from tkinter import simpledialog msg = messagebox sdg = simpledialog or ...
For anyone who is interested, I wrote a more verbose step-by-step article on how to install Python 3.3.2 locally from source on Ubuntu 12.04, mostly based on reading @sergey's excellent answer above: http://nicholsonjf.com/blog/install-python3-locally-from-source
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