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Just a reminder - if you spend 5 hours a month (~60 hours a year) organizing Python community events (and attending the event you organize counts) you should register as a managing member of the PSF and VOTE. Yes, I mean YOU. 😊
How? See thread...
1) First you need to create a account on the http://python.org web site. Go to the @ThePSF landing page here - https://www.python.org/psf-landing/ and hover over the "Sign-in" button... and pick "Sign Up / Register"...
2) Hover over the "Membership"menu and choose "Sign up as a member"...
That will get you a basic membership in @ThePSF
3) Go back to @ThePSF membership page at https://www.python.org/psf/membership/ and read about the various membership types... for community work (even if it's not an official PSF work group) you will choose Managing Member. From the Membership menu choose "Self-Certify as a Voting Member"
4) It may take a few days, since the final step on our side is manual, but if you do this before May 25 you should be added in time to vote in this year's @thePSF election. You can see the nominations as they come in at https://t.co/OcVRZOIPmh
5) So do it! Join us!
ImportError: libsodium.so.23: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Did you install anything with
pip, or only
conda? The former is likely to lead to problems like this.
Also, try updating some things: run
conda update pyzmq ipykernel python and see if that fixes it.
pipso let us know that first.
conda list(post it over on the issue thread you posted on, not here), and the other things listed under the relevant subsection. One of the steps in the troubleshooting guide should do it though.
PyTorchenvironment has installed. Create a fresh
conda-envenvironment and only install Spyder into it, and see if it works.
PyTorchand starting it from scratch?
conda listoutput for the two envs, particularly comparing
tornado, etc. versions, you can figure out exactly what's doing it.
pyzmqif its anything, since that's where the error is occurring.
PackagesNotFoundError: The following packages are not available from current channels
conda install pyzmq=16.0.3Not the spelling of
=sign to denote versions.
condadocumentation—I don't know it off the top of my head.
pyzmq. It also downgraded
notebook. Let's see.
ipdbkernel used for debugging. That's also going to be fixed and vastly improved in Spyder 4
conda-forgeor a custom conda channel? Or you could risk it with
pip, just create an environment for testing it first so it doesn't mess anything else up.
condaecosystem myself except for my own stuff.
piphow do I make it aware of the
activatethe clean environment, install pip into the environment (if you haven't already) with
conda install pip, and then any use of
pipfrom that env will install things locally into that environment only.