I'm trying to install Django. So here's what I do in the command line: C:\>python34 pip install Django. And here's what I get: C:\Python34\python.exe: can't open file 'pip': [Errno 2] No such file or directory. If I do the same from the site-packages directory:
I finally confirm that after using Ubuntu 15.10 desktop amd64 with python 2.7.10, python-dev and pip 1.5.6, tensorflow will be successfully installed using the pip method. – user1129812 Nov 11 '15 at 9:31 Prior to v6.1.0, pip made no commitments about install order. The decision to install topologically is based on the principle that installations should proceed in a way that leaves the environment usable at each step.