benjamin.kaplan at case.edu
Mon Oct 29 17:39:56 CET 2012
On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 10:40 PM, <farrellpolymath at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello to the group!
> I've learned a lot about Ubuntu just trying to install numpy for Python 3.2.3. I've finally managed to put it in the Python3.2 directory but when I try to import it, I still get there's "no module named numpy." There are other modules in the same directory, like 'email' and it imports fine.
> Does Numpy 1.6.2 not run with Python 3.2.3?
> Can anybody help? Thank you in advance.
> Peter Farrell
Numpy is written in C. You can't just drop the source code into a
folder. It has to be compiled against that version of Python. You
could do that yourself, or you could just run "sudo apt-get install
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