Hello,I would like to update Python v.2.4 and Numpy to Python v.2.6 and Numpy v.1.3. How can I do it. I heard that we can use "yum update", but I am not sure to do it correc... [by trinhvo]
on 08/01/2009 – Made popular on 08/01/2009
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 had numpy installed with pip until recently, when I recognized it wasn't linked to use BLAS and decided to pip uninstall it (to install again with additional options). However, after uninstalling numpy this way, I discovered that I have another numpy instance installed - this one is from aptitude, package python-numpy.
So here's the situation. We have a server running Scientific Linux 5.5 and the newest version of python in the base repos is 2.4. I really need a newer version and I discovered that python 2.6 could be installed via yum as python26 from the EPEL repos.
I also need the python libraries numpy and matplotlib to be available to the python26 install.
My university system has fedora 13. I installed python 3 (sudo yum install python3) and also installed numpy (sudo yum install numpy). Now numpy works only from default python (2.6) and does not work from python3. How can I use numpy package from python3?