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Python Setting Up a Local Python Environment Installing Python and Python Libraries Locally Review: Setting Up A Local Python Environment

Blair Murphy
Blair Murphy
12,367 Points

I don't want to install mistune system-wide. What flag should I be using above?

pip install ___________ mistune...i've tried, virtualenv, venv, sudo, markdown, etc. I know it's something simple, just can't think of it. Thanks!

1 Answer

William Li
PLUS
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,867 Points

Hi, the flag is --user.

pip install --user mistune

You'll find mentioning of this flag at time stamp 1:28 of this lecture video. Hope it helps