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LongWesterlund (2)

how do I install pip version 19.2.3? Getting this error when I run code --

Installing fresh packages

Collecting csv2
Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement csv2 (from versions: ) No matching distribution found for csv2
You are using pip version 19.0.3, however version 19.2.3 is available.
You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install--upgrade pip' command.

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AppliDev (80)

Install it with the package installing in the side menu!

LongWesterlund (2)

@AppliDev how do I do that? When I run it, the packages are installed automatically. Thank you for trying to figure this out.

ash15khng (292)

Most of the time you can ignore it. Is there a module you need to install which somehow only works on 19.2.3?

LongWesterlund (2)

@ash15khng I don't think there's a module that I need that only works on 19.2.3. Everything ran on 19.0.3 (numpy, pandas, tensorflow, etc). If I can't figure this out, I'm just going to move over to colab (colab.research.google.com) or Eclipse Che (che.openshift.io which is really developers.redhat.com). I've been trying to fix this environment for past few hours... just easier to move over to colab or redhat/che.

LongWesterlund (2)

@ash15khng I really think this is something the admins at repl.it need to sort out...

Masy (21)

Fork it, VM started wrong, happens to me all the time

Masy (21)

@LongWesterlund no problem, if it worked mark me right

LongWesterlund (2)

@Masy Sorry, didn't work. May just download my packages and files, create another repl.it and then upload them. Thank you though.

Geocube101 (245)

I don't think it's possible for us to do this
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LongWesterlund (2)

@Geocube101 Thanks. So there's nothing I can do, right? Iooked for a new package, tried drafting a config.sh, and other fixes. Nothing worked (it won't even get to config.sh because it's failing before it gets to the code repo).

Geocube101 (245)

@LongWesterlund Nope, don't I don't think so