|Subject:||Re: [Health] unable to use python 2 on GNU Health Server machine|
|Date:||Tue, 30 Jan 2018 10:34:58 +0500|
Thanks for the feedback !
On Mon, 29 Jan 2018 23:34:15 +0500
Khurram Shahzad <address@hidden> wrote:
> Today, I tried to install and run the version 3.2 of GNU Health. I
> followed the install guide on wikibooks which included following
> commands for Ubuntu for making Python 3 available:
> cd /usr/bin
> ln -si python3 python
> ln -si 2to3-3.5 2to3
> After running these commands, though I was able to successfully
> install GNU Health by running the setup but when I tried to install
> the GNU Health client, it requires following command to be run:
> pip2 install --user python-dateutil
> Which fails as it requires pip2 and hence python 2 which is no more
> available in the system (using python command).
Both Python versions can co-exist on the system. In fact, pip2 is for
python2 and pip or pip3 is for python3.
Did you install the client using pip
That way you will have all the dependencies
After you've made the installation, if you want to run the server and
the client in the same host, then you can do it in different ways.
Invoke the client using python2 (ie python2 ./gnuhealth-client )
On the server side, if you want to revert to python2 as the
default python interpreter, you can revert it (ie, ln
-si /usr/bin/python2 /usr/bin/python), and invoke the tryton server
For example :
$ python3 ./trytond
That should take care of it. Let us know if that works for you.
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