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How to Install Python 3.3 on Ubuntu Linux - Learn Online

Since Python 3.0 you have to write:
print("Hello world!")

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21 comments

  1. installing on Linux mint 17.2 should be the same process right? I can isntall the same apt-essential?

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  2. Jaime Alejandro Morales Rendón1 March 2017 at 15:19

    amigo muchas gracias me sirvio con python 3.4

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  3. David Betancourt1 March 2017 at 15:19

    I used this to install 3.4.3 on my fresh installs of Zorin & Ubuntu VM. I appreciate the tutorial.

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  4. Do I need to delet downloaded files?? Thanks

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  5. Helpful. Thanks

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  6. Thanks guy!!!!!!!

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  7. Tobi Morakinyo1 March 2017 at 15:19

    Thanks..very helpful

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  8. devendra pandey1 March 2017 at 15:19

    These terminal commands should solve your problem:

    First remove the Merge List by opening a terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T to launch) and run this command:

    sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf


    or

    sudo rm -vf /var/lib/apt/lists/*


    these command lines are interchangable

    the options used are -v verbose

    -v, --verbose explain what is being done


    and -f force

    -f, --force ignore nonexistent files and arguments, never prompt


    If you are ever unsure about a command line or the options being used
    always refer to the manual page for the command. These can be accessed
    on the internet by searching for man and the command for example man rm
    or you can access the same information by typing exactly the same
    command in the terminal for example man rm instructions for quitting the
    page will be at the bottom of the terminal like this

    picture of man page options

    Next, generate a new one by running a simple update:

    sudo apt-get update


    Then do,

    sudo apt-get install build-essential

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  9. Robert Forester1 March 2017 at 15:19

    OK, I'm following the tutorial and after extracting the python and running ./configure you tell me to install build-essential first. I have not ran 'make' or 'make altinstall' yet. How do I back out of this and start again on the install? Can I just delete the directories and start again? Thanks

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  10. You just got a new subscriber =)

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  11. Koalani Perrin-Thompson1 March 2017 at 15:19

    Great Video...now I can start learning Python!

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  12. Thank you it was really helpful tutorial

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  13. joshua andres blanco jerez1 March 2017 at 15:19

    how can i open the IDLE?

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  14. Cameron Ferguson1 March 2017 at 15:19

    i installed it and if i type python3.5 in the command line it works but why don't i have the idle?

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  15. Jonathan Duncan1 March 2017 at 15:19

    was very good helped me to install 3.5 I took a class a few months ago on this but got discouraged because the instruction was bad. This was really good

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  16. Great help!!

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  17. sharemods eror

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  18. Maziar Ghorbani1 March 2017 at 15:19

    Thank you.

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  19. thanks, im a beginner and you've helped me loads!!!

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  20. Ngury Mangueira1 March 2017 at 15:19

    +conpa18dany yep

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