I would also check whatever package management system your distro uses first before I tried downloading and installing it manually. Then in your scripts start with: Can you please tell me why I can't install shared libs with sudo. Log into the Mint operating system, and open terminal. Previous Python version was 2. I could be wrong, because I'm not specialist in Ubuntu.
You can also use to make it easier to manage your virtual environments. But since you already seem to know how to get to the terminal, and if typing python there apparently doesn't work, then if anything you might simply try sudo apt-get install python, not build it from sources. Wait until it is completed. To see if pip is installed, open a command prompt and run. In particular, you should always install Setuptools and pip, as it makes it much easier for you to use other third-party Python libraries. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how we can upgrade Python from version 2. The execution should be completed without any errors.
Also, wrong version of python was displayed when compiled with --enable-shared because of this wrong library. Ready for Development Those are the first few steps for beginning development with and on Linux Mint 17. I was wondering how to install python2. Without these libraries, I am not able to turn on my project. System Packages We can see the Python version Linux Mint comes with, as well as where its executable is stored.
Better don't install the newest versions 3. Open up terminal to proceed with the configuration. For example installing the python36 package on Fedora 25 to get Python 3. I want to install Python 3. Not familiar with that one, but reading other people's comments it seems it should have Python 2. I develop some project on my pc with mint 17.
Refreshing the repositories sudo apt update Update software sudo apt upgrade Install Python and necessary packages. Looks like it all worked. See something wrong in this post? Now open terminal and locate the extracted installation files. It also enables you to add this network installation capability to your own Python software with very little work. Create a directory to store virtual environments then create a virtualenv for our Django project.
Is there any way to fix it so I can install modules and stuff or use the already installed python from command line? The problem is not with Python, but you have not the tools to compile. If you want to use a different Linux distribution such as instead of Mint, check out. Wait till this get completed. Many online guides are dated. Do you really need the newest version? For example, you can work on a project which requires Django 1.
If you need an even more in-depth walkthrough for deploying your Python web application to a production environment, check out the. To start using this and see more information: docs. Having said that, I would strongly recommend that you install the tools and libraries described in the next section before you start building Python applications for real-world use. Any help would be most appreciated. Once installed, you can download, install and uninstall any compliant Python software product with a single command. If it's not your case, follow this , just change to I'm going to be online for a while yet, so if you try it now I'll reply you soon.
Open the folder where the file is downloaded. Step 4 — Check Python Version Check the latest version installed of python using below command python2. Differenced between these two versions are enough for my project on production server to stop working sometimes, what is unacceptable. This command works, but it's a bad idea to use it -- sudo apt install python3. Now extract all the files under the same folder or you can choose a specific directory.