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Modules for Python2.7 to mint 10


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I put mint 10. There the default 2.6.6 interpreter, but using the package Manager you can install 2.7, so I did.
The problem is that when you install modules Manager(miestelenai, Django and so on) they are put on 2.6.6 and 2.7 can be set only through the downloading of packages and a command line.
Is it possible somehow to force the package Manager to choose which to put the Python modules, or to put them into 2.7?
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Use virtualenv.
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change the default python required you version and use it as before.
\rstackoverflow.com/questions/3339530/change-default-python-version-from-2-4-to-2-6
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