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answered How do I install the latest Python version in Ubuntu?
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comment Make default `python` command to use Python 3
@soulsource that's what I'm searching for! :) thanks!
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comment Make default `python` command to use Python 3
actually i want to wipe-out 2.7 and replace it with 3.3. Seems like its a bad idea for now..
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comment Make default `python` command to use Python 3
@soulsource, yeah I'm aware of that. that's why i asked is there an "upgrade" option available or not.
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comment Make default `python` command to use Python 3
so no "upgrade" option..??
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asked Make default `python` command to use Python 3