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  • I had python 2.6 as default interpreter.
  • I installed 2.7 and I can use it via command line #>python2.7 ...
  • Now I want to install some modules [PyMongo, MySqlDB etc.] using pip to this new version.
  • I can't use sudo apt-get, or pip at commandline since, they install to 2.6 [since, it is default]

Some help solving this conundrum will be appreciated.

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    To vote-to-closers: Ubuntu 10.04 server is not end-of-life. Desktop is. No software mentioned in the OP is non-LTS, so this is on-topic. – gertvdijk Jul 21 '13 at 22:21
  • @VaidAbhishek How did you install Python 2.7. Where is it installed? – Eliah Kagan Jul 22 '13 at 6:51
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You can get the source of the given python module and build it with python2.7:

$ python2.7 setup.py build
$ python2.7 setyp.py install --user --record files.lst

(You can then remove the thing with $ cat files.lst | parallel rm -rf {})

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