dalpets wrote:I am using the default Debian software on the RPI.
I recently ordered & have received a book on Python programming for the RPI, however, the programming used in the book is based on Idle Python 3.1.3 but my RPI only has v 2.6.6
I have made a number of attempts at the command line to install the later version without success. It complains there are missing dependancies/libraries & aborts.
Could someone give this greenhorn some detailed help on how to successfully upgrade. Thanks.
Do a double check as most distros have python and python 3
At command prompt what happens if you type python3 ?
Some distros have IDLE3 for python3 version. Raspbian default has
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