10 responses

  1. MySchizoBuddy
    September 10, 2013

    Also if you want to list packages that are installed in python 3 environment you can type
    conda list -n py33

    I would recommend you update pyside, as the version included by default is old and buggy and crashes your qtconsole. update using

    conda update -n py33 pyside

  2. MySchizoBuddy
    September 10, 2013

    sorry you already have the new 1.7 version so need for update

  3. MySchizoBuddy
    September 21, 2013

    how do you activate back to 2.7.5

  4. MyBuddy2
    January 19, 2014

    @MySchizoBuddy
    deactivate py33

    see documentation here
    http://docs.continuum.io/conda/faq.html

  5. jc7
    February 7, 2014

    Hello,

    Thank you for all. I have done
    >conda update conda
    >conda create -n py33 python=3.3 anaconda
    But
    >activate py33
    return :
    No environment named “py33″ exists in C:\Program
    Whereas
    > conda list -n py33
    return : the list of packages in environment at C:\Program Files\Anaconda\envs\py33
    Any idea ?
    Thank you,
    Best regards,
    Jerome

  6. jc7
    February 7, 2014

    Forget : I am on Windows 7

  7. remco
    February 7, 2014

    @jc7

    Leaving out the “.3″ should work, so:

    conda create -n py33 python=3 anaconda

  8. Robin
    February 9, 2014

    Hi guys,

    This is working great for me except for package management using pip.

    For instance, if I want to install Django on the Python 3.3 install I try:

    activate py33
    conda install Django
    Error: No packages found matching: django

    How can I then use the Python 3.3 version of pip to install django?

    Thanks very much!

    Robin

  9. david
    February 23, 2014

    What is the intended way to “. activate” conda installs? I am used to building up my own virtualenvs and “. activate” in each of them to work with that version. However, after having successfully done “conda create -n py3k python=3 anaconda” I see ~/anaconda/envs/py3k is setup but with no py3k/bin/activate script. I guess I am not clear what conda “environment” means. I assumed it was simply a flavour of virtualenv.

  10. Edgar
    March 28, 2014

    Hi,
    I just tried to install Anaconda on Ubuntu and when I want to run the downloaded file, I get

    Anaconda-1.9.1-Linux-x86_64.sh: command not found

    Has anybody else encountered this?

    Edgar

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