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I am trying to install adafruit-circuitpython-mlx90640, a library for the MLX90640 thermal camera. When I run sudo pip install adafruit-circuitpython-mlx90640 I get an error that no matching distribution is found for Adafruit-Blinka. So I tried to pip install Adafruit-Blinka and get the same error: no matching distribution is found for Adafruit-Blinka. Any ideas on how to get it to work?

One more thing that I have tried: The default version on my raspberry pi is 3.4. I have installed Berryconda, which is a version of Anaconda for the RPi. In Berryconda the Python version is 3.6 and pip (not pip3) works with it. Pip3 installs Adafruit-Blinka but it goes into python 3.4. I would like it to be installed into Python 3.6. I think if I were to point Pip3 to the Berryconda version of Python, my problem would be solved (but not sure).

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    pip is for python 2. If you want to install it for Python 3, use pip3. – ben_nuttall Jul 1 at 15:58
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As ben_nuttall says, you must use pip3. Circuitpython is Python 3 only!

sudo pip3 install adafruit-circuitpython-mlx90640

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