sudo apt-get install cPickle and
python3.4-cPickle but it doesn't work.
There is no
cPickle in python 3:
A common pattern in Python 2.x is to have one version of a module implemented in pure Python, with an optional accelerated version implemented as a C extension; for example, pickle and cPickle. This places the burden of importing the accelerated version and falling back on the pure Python version on each user of these modules. In Python 3.0, the accelerated versions are considered implementation details of the pure Python versions. Users should always import the standard version, which attempts to import the accelerated version and falls back to the pure Python version. The pickle / cPickle pair received this treatment.
cPickle has changed from
_pickle. Thus in python3.x, you can do the following if you want to use
import _pickle as cPickle
However, in Python 3.x, it's easier just to use pickle.
No need to install anything. If something requires
cPickle in python 3.x, then that's probably a bug.