When I try to import pytorch, I get this error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/Users/Username/Documents/hello_test.py", line 1, in <module> import torch ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘torch’ [Finished in 36ms with exit code 1] [cmd: [‘python3’, ‘-u’, ‘/Users/Username/Documents/hello_test.py’]] [dir: /Users/Username/Documents] [path: /opt/homebrew/bin:/opt/homebrew/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin] I’ve seen some other posts saying path is not needed and such, ..
I have used python 3.9 installed with homebrew and virtualenv. I recently switched to pyenv and pyenv-virtualenv, and created virtual env. pyenv virtualenv 3.6.8 py36 But activating the virtual env does not change the python3 path. (py36) ➜ mmini-batch git:(main) (py36) ➜ mmini-batch git:(main) ✗ which python3 /usr/local/bin/python3 With virtualenv, activating the venv changes python ..
I am wondering why the wrong version is selected here. Here is some information: ✦ ❯ which python3 /usr/bin/python3 ~/ds/test-pyenv ✦ ❯ python3 -V Python 3.8.10 ~/ds/test-pyenv ✦ ❯ pyenv versions system * 3.10.0 (set by /home/bebop/.pyenv/version) 3.9.9 ~/ds/test-pyenv ✦ ❯ pyenv local pyenv: no local version configured for this directory ~/ds/test-pyenv ✦ ❯ pyenv ..
On a MacOS Big Sur (11.6.2), I have a global Jupyter instance (version 6.4.6) installed in an isolated pyenv virtual environment, using Python 3.10.0. Using my normal workflow, I created a new virtual environment (Python 3.8.12), using pyenv-virtualenvwrapper. After activating the new environment, I installed ipykernel in it and then ran python -m ipykernel install ..
So first I installed pyenv with brew install pyenv. After trying to install virtualenvs unsuccessfully I installed virtualenv with brew install pyenv-virtualenv. I noticed that there was no folder named ~/.virtualenvs so I made one and ran the command export WORKON_HOME=~/.virtualenvs. I ran the steps: export PATH=/Users/<myusername>/.pyenv/shims:$PATH pyenv install 3.10.1 pyenv global 3.10.1 pyenv rehash ..
pipenv has a design centered around projects having their own venvs. What if I have a generic venv that I want to use for scripting or to be shared with other projects and therefore I would like it to be activate while the current directory is pointing anywhere in the system. How can I achieve ..
It seems no matter how I try to conquer PyEnv running with 3.8.12 it still wants to run with 2.7 I’m out of ideas on how to get this to accurately reflect the Python environment version of 3.8.12. Source: Python..
I have followed instructions as given on How to use pyenv to run multiple versions of Python on a Mac, and have followed each step. $ brew install pyenv pyenv install 3.9.9 Export path to zshrc via echo ‘PATH=$(pyenv root)/shims:$PATH’ >> ~/.zshrc pyenv global 3.9.9 After this, when I run python -V, I expect to ..
I’m trying to change my mac’s python3 from 3.8.12 to 3.7.12 Currently, I have python 2.7.16, 3.9.4 , 3.8.12, and 3.7.12 installed on my mac. My default python is using 2.7.16 (python -V shows 2.7.16), and my python3 is using 3.8.12 (python3 -V shows 3.8.12) For some reason, I want to use 3.7.12 as my ..
I created a new virtual environment via this command python3 -m venv test_v4 I check that in my activate file that this config is correct /Users/user/PycharmProjects/test-job/test_v4 I then check correct pip is in fact activated /Users/user/PycharmProjects/test-job/test_v4/bin/pip But when I run the pip install with multiple requirements file I get this error ERROR: Command errored out ..