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prabha_friend
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Solved: No match for argument: python-pip

Post by prabha_friend » 2020/10/18 16:45:42

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sudo yum -y update &&
sudo yum -y install epel-release &&
sudo yum -y install python-pip &&
sudo yum -y install vim wget dnf&&
sudo pip install alembic ansible &&
sudo pip install --upgrade pip &&
sudo mkdir /etc/ansible &&
sudo chown astmin:astmin /etc/ansible &&
sudo echo "[starfish]" >> /etc/ansible/hosts &&
sudo echo "localhost ansible_connection=local" >> /etc/ansible/hosts &&
mkdir -p ~/ansible/playbooks
which gives an error:

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No match for argument: python-pip
Error: Unable to find a match: python-pip
Why? What's wrong with the code? or the System?

Hope you reply..

- Prabhakaran
Last edited by prabha_friend on 2020/10/20 05:42:14, edited 1 time in total.

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jlehtone
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Re: No match for argument: python-pip

Post by jlehtone » 2020/10/19 07:10:40

I think I did tell you already:
1. Never run pip as root
2. Ansible is available as rpm. Use the package manager
3. Blind copy-paste sans comprehension leads to trouble

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johnzapf
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Re: No match for argument: python-pip

Post by johnzapf » 2020/10/19 14:21:37

I think it has to be python3-pip

prabha_friend
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Re: No match for argument: python-pip

Post by prabha_friend » 2020/10/20 05:41:05

johnzapf wrote:
2020/10/19 14:21:37
I think it has to be python3-pip
This works. Thank you so much...

Edited the Question as "Solved"

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