Hi,I can run python wx on 6.2 64-bit machine, but could not run on 6.2 32-bit machine, please see following errors despite I have installed all wx python packages. What could I be missi... [by nobody]
on 11/25/2012 – Made popular on 11/25/2012
I stupidly did "yum remove python" which also ended up removing all the packages that required python as well.
Luckily, I have access to another Linux machine that is a near clone of this machine, and it still has all those packages installed. The catch is that it belongs to someone else and I can, at most, poke around. I also don't know what to specifically re-install on my machine.
I have a really messed up python installation. I have the preinstalled version of python that comes with os x mavericks. then I installed the homebrew version with brew install python. Then I installed the .dmg python from python.org. Then I deleted all of my local modules in order to do testing with virtualenvs. Then I installed a few back in to make things work.
I've inherited a project on a hosted server and I'm trying to install and import numpy and nltk into the project. The OS is centOs 5.10 and the web app uses web.py. There are two version of python installed on the box both python 2.4 and python 3.3. The default is pointing to version 2.4, "python -V" = python 2.4.3.
I wrote a C wrapper using the Python C API on our development machine (which is 32 bit and runs 32 bit Python 2.7). I have since had to move the wrapper and C source code to another machine which is 64 bit and runs 64 bit Python 2.6.
Recently I installed Python 2.7 on Centos machine which had default Python2.6, which changed default to python2.7 (/usr/local/bin/python). Now things started breaking, so I need to switch back default to python2.6 (/usr/bin/python) for all users, keeping python2.6 and python2.7 installed on system. How do I do this ?
I have a Fedora virtual machine. It comes with Python pre-installed. I've read that it's not a good idea to uninstall it. I want to install a different version of Python, Enthought Python. Should I try to uninstall the existing Python installation and how would I do that? Should I instead install Enthought Python to a new directory?