I'm back to Linux after an over 10 year abstinence (fool me thinks). And a little rusty in the sys admin department.
I'm faced with an issue with my python distribution. I'm using Python 2.7, but based on the Anaconda flavour. I followed the standard guidance but recently I discovered an issue that I'm not sure how to fix.
sudo, the standard Python as comes with Ubuntu is provided. Under my user account python points to the Anaconda version:
dhk@localhost:~/home/$which python /opt/anaconda/bin/python dhk@localhost:~/home/$sudo which python /usr/bin/python
This is an issue as using
sudo pip [anything] usually acts on the wrong directory, yet I cannot use it without sudo.