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-<​note>​Contact Alireza for more help regarding this page.</​note>​ 
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 ======Python Virtual Environment====== ======Python Virtual Environment======
  
-Q: Admin can you install ​package?+Q: Admin can you **install** package ​//X//?
  
-Q: Can you remove ​package which is conflicting with something else?+Q: Can you **remove** package ​//Y// which is conflicting with //X// and meanwhile update package //Z//?
  
-Q: Can I do **anything** I want **without having to ask**?+Q: On second thought, ​Can I do **anything** I want **without having to ask**?
  
  
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 Just what you need, a standalone python which is yours and you have the control over it..! Thus you** don’t need any super privileges** to install libraries or better yet you can have multiple python environments with different settings and packages. The steps to get and use this tool is quite easy: Just what you need, a standalone python which is yours and you have the control over it..! Thus you** don’t need any super privileges** to install libraries or better yet you can have multiple python environments with different settings and packages. The steps to get and use this tool is quite easy:
  
-==Install it using PIP (Skip this step in COR@L Machines)==+=====Install it using PIP (Skip this step in COR@L Machines)=====
  
 <code bash>$ pip install virtualenv</​code>​ <code bash>$ pip install virtualenv</​code>​
-==Setup==+=====Setup=====
 Create a folder to contain the files regarding to virtual python instance . Running the second command creates the mentioned folder named “vpython”. Create a folder to contain the files regarding to virtual python instance . Running the second command creates the mentioned folder named “vpython”.
  
 <code bash>$ mkdir myPython && cd myPython <code bash>$ mkdir myPython && cd myPython
-/myPython virtualenv vpython</​code>​+$ virtualenv vpython</​code>​
   -  To start using the new python   -  To start using the new python
  
-==Initialize== +=====Initialize===== 
-<code bash>/myPython$ source vpython/​bin/​activate +<code bash>$ source vpython/​bin/​activate 
-(vpython) ​/myPython$</​code> ​+(vpython)$</​code> ​
 From now on any **python runs** or installations using **pip** will be done corresponding to the python copy located at **vpython**. This is what the// (vpython)// means in your **bash** prompt. Feel free to install any packages you like without any problems.! From now on any **python runs** or installations using **pip** will be done corresponding to the python copy located at **vpython**. This is what the// (vpython)// means in your **bash** prompt. Feel free to install any packages you like without any problems.!
  
  
-==Going back to Normal==+=====Going back to Normal=====
 After your work is done you can simply deactivate the active environment and get back to normal boring settings.! After your work is done you can simply deactivate the active environment and get back to normal boring settings.!
  
  
 <code bash>$ deactivate</​code> ​ <code bash>$ deactivate</​code> ​
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 +<​note>​Contact [[:​coral_lab#​administrators|Alireza [sey212]]] for more help regarding this page.</​note>​
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