Recently i installed anaconda on my system and changed the default python to anaconda python
default python path was -
By doing this i can launch my environment directly from terminal.
Then i found that gnome tweak is working by doing this and made the following changes:
Default confirgation in gnome tweaks -
Change it to -
Main issue that i am facing is with software centre (i am not sure whether it is related to default python or not):
It is taking lots of time on updates section
some of the update are not getting updated (not sure)
Any help will be appreciated
Pamac is not at dependent on python . That said this is a different pamac issue and now solved. Update your system and see these:
I had same problem.
But I am GNOME user.
So remove that.
sudo flatpak uninstall org.kde.platform
And no problems so far.
Few mins ago, i just updated the mirrors and downloaded the new stable release… no error and everything went fine after restart… BUT after im just double check for updates in Pamac, there are 4 new updates available out of nowhere and the really strange move is, all 4 updates are Flatpak, but i never used flatpak besides i download few weeks ago a game but i don’t see any relations to this flatpak updates… whats going on now?
Should i better disable flatpak’s? I have a bad feeling to update thi…
Do not mess with system python - you will run into issues.
Systems where the system python has been altered in this manner is unsupported - on other words - you are on your own - you broke it - you fix it.
I didn’t change anything in python settings just changed the added the anaconda python to path. That’s all
When you change the system PATH variable prepending with your anaconda path you are effectively routing all python requests.
If you do this as a part of running a virtual environment it is the right thing to do. The problem comes if you alter you system wide path to point to something besides the system python installation affecting execution
outside a virtual environment.
There is a good read on environment in the python documentation
As you suggested, I have made the python path back to normal. As below:
And made the gnome-tweaks python to default -
I didn’t make any other changes apart from this. I hope this will make system back to normal.
Also, i have removed the some flatpak apps as they were not getting updated but still shows
Update checking it taking so much time sometime gets crashed