On Thu, Sep 01, Ruediger Meier wrote:
On Thursday 01 September 2016, Michael Fischer wrote:
Just upgraded the workstation to 42.1, so far so good, mostly.
I see that python 2.7.12 and 3.4 are both installed, but only pip
for 3.4.... This is a bit of a problem for those of us who want
to continue using 2.7 most of the time...
$ sudo update-alternatives --config python
update-alternatives: error: no alternatives for python
$ sudo update-alternatives --config pip
There is only one alternative in link group pip (providing
/usr/bin/pip): /usr/bin/pip3.4 Nothing to configure.
Have you installed both of these packages?:
Oh, bother! No, for whatever reason, I had only python3-pip. Which
seems weird that the installer puts in both versions of python, but
only one of pip? Ah well
I managed to get it together by
`zypper in setuptools`,
Thanks for pointing that out.
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