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  1. #1
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    Update to python3 and make primary compiler

    Hi,

    I've googled this and thought it would be easy, but it seems it's not very straight forward.

    I'm working on an Ubuntu 10.04.2 server with python version 2.6.5.

    I need to update to Python3. I downloaded and installed Python3.3 in /, but I don't know where I should put it and furthermore, when I do the $python -V command, it still returns 2.6.5. Where do I put Python3.3 and how do I make it my primary compiler? (I know not to delete Python 2.6.5 because of system dependencies)

    Thanks,
    Jeri

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    Re: Update to python3 and make primary compiler

    No need to download anything manually, Python 3 is in the repos.
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install python3
    Cheesemill

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    Re: Update to python3 and make primary compiler

    perfect

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