After installing a package manager we generally want to update it, so we do pip install -U pip. If executing pip with sudo, you may want sudo's -H flag. Go to newspaper python2 branch , download this repo and install this package locally. Looked back at the gitsome instructions and decided to try pip3 instead of pip. Now we go to update setuptools and this version of pip is smart enough to know it should remove the old version of distribute first.
For performance reasons, doesn't actually impose an ordering on unequal values always returning 1. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. I only use virtualenvs, and usually I try to have the latest version of 2. Please read the rules and guidelines below and before posting. I got a few messages that may be of interest.
But my python version is 3. That means some packages in pip are old or not correctly installed. On Linux and Mac, the C++ libraries are installed with the compiler. The problem was: pyparsing 2. I have no problems with exact same packages with pip, and as I can see they are installed.
No, the latest version would be great. Once I did this, distribute installed properly and then I was able to complete my newspaper install using pip. My question was actyually about rpy2 and unroll, and thought it was the same issue while it is not. But it is hard to recreate it. However, I keep running into the same error: Complete output from command python setup. Please check the permissions and owner of that directory. I'm working on a Pull Request in the setup.
This detail is tough for a lot of people to follow including myself! The long answer is below: Installing the python-pip package using yum brings python-setuptools along as a dependency. To make matters worse, Pip was--until recently--ironically difficult to install. The thing is that apt-get has only version 20. I did what the message recommended, but the message keeps recommending it. Tried upgrading setuptools and it was already up to date.
Now you should be able to run pip from the command line. Then I have tried both pip install --upgrade pip and pip install --upgrade setuptools before running pip3 install cairosvg, but I still get this error. This package has a weird setup where you have to rename the setup3. The text in orange suggests that you messed up your installs by mixing and matching using sudo and not using sudo and possibly using --user. This is the best feature of any Python release.
I'm guessing that's a pip3 thing, not apt-get. If we now run the exact same command a second time, pip install -U setuptools, the old version of setuptools is removed, and version 5. Yes, installed it with Python 3: pip3 install newspaper Collecting newspaper Downloading newspaper-0. Please check the permissions and owner of that directory. Seemed to work I guess. That's tedious for the experienced and prohibitively difficult for newbies.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Would you like to answer one of these instead? I was able to install it in first time but then second time I had this problem. So I posted a new one: But I gave you the bounty as I think you are hinting to the right issue, of having mixed up the python install. You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. About your error Your do not appear to be installed.