Could you please let me know how to install packages using pip ?
if i install uproot (GitHub - scikit-hep/uproot4: ROOT I/O in pure Python and NumPy.)
i get this
pip install uproot awkward
pip may be found in the following packages:
extra/python-pip 20.3.1-1 /usr/bin/pip
chaotic-aur/azure-cli 2.18.0-1 /opt/azure-cli/bin/pip
chaotic-aur/buttermanager 2.2-1 /opt/buttermanager/env/bin/pip
Well, its time to interpret that message correctly - a handy feature of the shell is telling you which package is needed for a particular command. In this case this means you would have to install
After that you can pip install. No need for setting up PATH if fish is used, itll work right away
Also welcome to the forum
Thank you for your reply.
It works fine now
Generally, using the inbuilt package manager is the preferred method of package installation. Not using the proper Garuda package manager Pacman/Pamac/Yay etc will likely lead to problems down the road.
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