Need Help w. PIP!

Nick Sarbicki nick.a.sarbicki at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 18:44:20 CEST 2015


In the cmd "echo %path%" and send us the output.

Also try to run "pip" as opposed to "python -m pip".

Nick.

On Fri, 4 Sep 2015 17:41 Steve Burrus <steveburrus28 at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 10:12:23 PM UTC-5, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> > On 04/09/2015 02:04, Steve Burrus wrote:
> > > On Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 7:06:27 PM UTC-5, Mark Lawrence
> wrote:
> > >> On 03/09/2015 23:20, Steve Burrus wrote:
> > >>> Well I hjave certainly noted more than once that pip is cont ained
> in Python 3.4. But I am having the most extreme problems with simply typing
> "pip" into my command prompt and then getting back the normal information
> on pip! I have repeatedly downloaded [to my Desktop] that get-pip.py file
> then  ran it. I even downloaded that easy-install.py and ran that but to no
> success! I have all of the proper env. variables set. Can someone please
> help me?
> > >>
> > >> As always my main and spare crystal balls are at the menders due to
> > >> overwork, so I'll have to ask, what happened when you tried the 'pip',
> > >> 'get-pip.py' and 'easy-install.py' commands?  What OS are you on?
> > >>
> > >> --
> > >> My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask
> > >> what you can do for our language.
> > >>
> > >> Mark Lawrence
> > >
> > > I have tried the 'python get-pip.py' command over amnd over again in
> my command prompt and the 'python easy-install.py" command a little less. I
> swear I have set ALL of the env. variables correctly! My OS is Windows 10
> Beta Preview Build 10074.
> > >
> >
> > I'm awfully sorry, but my crystal balls still aren't back from the
> > menders, so let's try again.  Precisely explain what happened when you
> > tried the 'pip', 'get-pip.py' and 'easy-install.py' commands?  Could it
> > have been nuclear holocaust, ice cream dripping down your shirt front,
> > something like "pip isn't recognised as a Windows command", or whatever
> > the wording actually is, or even a Python traceback, in which case
> > please cut and paste it, in full, here?
> >
> > --
> > My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask
> > what you can do for our language.
> >
> > Mark Lawrence
>
> okay Mark her is what you haVE wanted of me :
>
> "C:\Users\SteveB>py -m pip
> Job information querying failed
>
> C:\Users\SteveB>python -m pip
>
> Usage:
>   C:\Python34\python.exe -m pip <command> [options]
>
> Commands:
>   install                     Install packages.
>   uninstall                   Uninstall packages.
>   freeze                      Output installed packages in requirements
> format.
>   list                        List installed packages.
>   show                        Show information about installed packages.
>   search                      Search PyPI for packages.
>   wheel                       Build wheels from your requirements.
>   help                        Show help for commands.
>
> General Options:
>   -h, --help                  Show help.
>   --isolated                  Run pip in an isolated mode, ignoring
>                               environment variables and user configuration.
>   -v, --verbose               Give more output. Option is additive, and
> can be
>                               used up to 3 times.
>   -V, --version               Show version and exit.
>   -q, --quiet                 Give less output.
>   --log <path>                Path to a verbose appending log.
>   --proxy <proxy>             Specify a proxy in the form
>                               [user:passwd@]proxy.server:port.
>   --retries <retries>         Maximum number of retries each connection
> should
>                               attempt (default 5 times).
>   --timeout <sec>             Set the socket timeout (default 15 seconds).
>   --exists-action <action>    Default action when a path already exists:
>                               (s)witch, (i)gnore, (w)ipe, (b)ackup.
>   --trusted-host <hostname>   Mark this host as trusted, even though it
> does
>                               not have valid or any HTTPS.
>   --cert <path>               Path to alternate CA bundle.
>   --client-cert <path>        Path to SSL client certificate, a single file
>                               containing the private key and the
> certificate
>                               in PEM format.
>   --cache-dir <dir>           Store the cache data in <dir>.
>   --no-cache-dir              Disable the cache.
>   --disable-pip-version-check
>                               Don't periodically check PyPI to determine
>                               whether a new version of pip is available for
>                               download. Implied with --no-index."
>
> so why is it that the "python -m pip" command works but not the "py -m
> pip" command? And someone said I have a "pathing" problem [with my pip
> installation] can you please help me with that?
> --
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>
-- 
 - Nick
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