How to install pip on ARM

When I try to install pip, it says it does not exist.

Thank you for feeding back, but please provide the exact command and output you’re getting because now we know the symptom of the disease, but we need some more probing to know where the origin lies…

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Here is what I normally do and you can see pip is not there:

Blockquote [neofax@Persiope ~]$ sudo pacman -Syu
:: Synchronizing package databases…
core is up to date
extra is up to date
community is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade…
there is nothing to do
[neofax@Persiope ~]$ sudo pacman -Qs pip
local/libpipeline 1.5.3-1
a C library for manipulating pipelines of subprocesses in a flexible and convenient way
local/pipewire 0.3.15-2
Server and user space API to deal with multimedia pipelines
[neofax@Persiope ~]$ sudo pacman -S pip
error: target not found: pip
[neofax@Persiope ~]$

How to install pip on Manjaro or if you want the specific Manjaro (non-arch) command:

pamac install python-pip

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I see Fabby has come up with a solution for you, another useful tip is use pacman search facility, which I probably used automatically:-
pacman -Ss pip would also show that required install is python-pip
Sorry I only just picked up on notification.

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