As a workaround, maybe it would be better if I install python-pip at all, and just install the pypa project's pip directly? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. So what is the correct way to call pip? You should consider upgrading via the 'python -m pip install --upgrade pip' command. You may now have both pip 9. This approach aligns with the commonly used. To correct this, make sure that the wheels are built with Python specific tags - e.
If you hit difficulties, you'll probably need to ask for help on an Ubuntu forum. You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. That's usually the issue for people who do pip install --user --upgrade pip and get the pip. See the for examples of all these forms. X is your python version number , they will be looked for here first just be careful about doing this for root if you have to run via sudo as it may effect the system python. Have a question about this project? Debugging the Issue Before trying to work out what's going on, it's critically important that you understand precisely what scripts you are running and what versions of pip the relevant Python interpreter is using.
You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. ? I encountered problem using the -U. You can add lines like these to your requirements files to prevent tampering. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Just when I thought I got a better handle of this topic, your explanation showed me I did not. You can only check out specific revisions using -e svn+. Reinstalling is easy, of course - but uninstalling may require manually removing incorrect files.
But I did not find issues or topics concretely addressing this. Related Issues The following issues have been reported which are related to this issue: , , , , , , , , , , , I am pretty new to coding, however I managed to fix it in a kind of odd way. Also, the pip developers don't provide any guarantees that advice in the comments on this issue is correct, or that it won't damage your system. The following options are supported: Since version 10, pip supports the use of environment variables inside the requirements file. Please read the logs for the last 5988ms to figure out what happened.
Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. This option is implied when any package in a requirements file has a —hash option. But I can't be sure of that as I'm not an Ubuntu user. Please read the logs for the last 13250ms to figure out what happened.
Now run python -m pip --version. None of the Package Index Options have an effect. I just ran into this problem. Warning Be careful not to nullify all your security work when you install your actual project by using setuptools directly: for example, by calling python setup. Whitespace followed by a causes the and the remainder of the line to be treated as a comment.
That error message is always written to stderr whenever pip has a newer version available and we pin specific versions of all our Python dependencies for increased stability. It populates the environments with different versions of pip than python3 -m venv. Pip attempts to choose the best wheels from those built in preference to building a new wheel. If you have changed your system installation, you really need to put it back the way that the distribution installed it. Other hash algorithms that have guaranteed support from hashlib are also supported here: sha1, sha224, sha384, sha256, and sha512. By default, pip only finds stable versions.
Have a question about this project? You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. As per my comment above, the pip version is simply a warning. Use multiple —install-option options to pass multiple options to setup. You'll often be able to get that from the shebang line of the script. Please read the logs for the last 5875ms to figure out what happened.
I will repair my system python according to the advices thx very much for the detail description, helped a lot but now I have a question related to this. So as you can see Ubuntu is still distributing 8. You should always manage your system packages using the system tools apt in this case - I would expect apt-get to understand the dist-packages directory and handle it properly. You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. You do so at your own risk.