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I would guess that the package vim is compiled with support for python. You might have better luck installing the package vim-tiny.


This is not new in 20.04. The same is true in 18.04 (with Python 3.6 instead, of course). And in 16.04, once a regression was fixed (LP #1574897). Even back in 12.04, the vim package depended on Python (2.7 at the time). This supports Python scripting inside Vim.


The developer listed it as required - Your option could also be to use vi instead which shows no python3 requirement.


Ultimately I got it working on 16.04 using a solution I found in this thread. Try to run the following in the terminal: sudo apt-get install python-distutils-extra Per the user who provided this answer, it would seem that python3-distutils ends up installed as a dependency of distutils-extra, though why this method works where other methods failed for me isn'...


As long as a custom python3 is installed in /usr/local/bin/, it will show up as the default python3 executable. why? Because by default, /usr/local/bin/ is listed earlier in the search path then /usr/bin. This way, your custom executables have priority over these installed by the system. To make the system find /usr/bin/python3 first, you must move out /usr/...


I have also faced a problem like this when I compiling a program JARVIS like this in Ubuntu20.04 LTS and the voice is very terrible, So after some research, I came to a solution. The code you wrote will work fine in OS like Windows because according to the pyttsx3 library the following are the drivers used in different OS sapi5 - SAPI5 on Windows nsss - ...


You don't mention how you intended to restore it,and what led to this error message, so help on the actual question is not possible. From an other viewpoint, you actually do not need to worry about restoring that folder. __pycache__ is a directory that is automatically created by the Python runtime to store byte-compiled code from the python source in the ...


If you're using the x86_64 architecture, you can download Anaconda from here and get started: Jupyter lab and Spyder are good tools to work with python programming and data. Both can be installed from the Anaconda Navigator (recommended). It's a good idea to create anaconda environments ...


So here's the problem. WSL has a different version of python installed, as opposed to your windows machine. You can link them like this: Run these commands in WSL: $ sudo apt remove python3 python3-pip $ sudo apt autoremove Now in your .bashrc on WSL, add the following: alias python3="cmd.exe /C python3" alias pip3="cmd.exe /C pip3" Now ...

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