I'm wondering if there is a standard way to install python applications with pip (without using sudo) to get it to work globally?
I want to install a command line journal application with pip called jrnl. It works fine if you do "sudo pip install jrnl", however, I'm guessing this is a cringe-worthy way to do it.
If I install without sudo just using "pip install jrnl" it installs in .local/ without global access.
I've found several ways to do it but wondering if there is a common and accepted way to do it that is secure?