I want Python3.4.3 and only Python3.4.3 on my Pi. I will be using a set up of 16-20 Pi's to teach Python Programming (and robotics) in a High School. Since Raspbian only supports Python3.2, I did a brand-new NOOBS install on a 4GB SD card, removed a number of never-to-be-used files (Scratch, etc.), removed both Python2 and Python3 (via sudo apt-get autoremove -y python3.2, etc.), and then tried to install a new version of Python3.4.3.
I downloaded the tar file, decompressed it, and got the Python-3.4.3 directory in my /home/pi directory. I cd into the Python-3.4.3 directory and follow the instructions in the INSTALL file, using:
- make test
- sudo make install
Then, when it is finally done, I have the folder still in my /home/pi directory, but not installed anywhere else. No links, nothing in /usr/bin, nada. A listing of the Python-3.4.3 directory gives me the below and typing ./python gives me the below errors.
What did I do wrong? The instructions in INSTALL clearly state that Python3.4.3 will be installed in the appropriate directories (/prefix/bin and /prefix/local/pythonVERSION, etc.). I followed the instructions closely, but nothing happened like it was supposed to. No significant errors showed up during the make (other than expected - my poor little B+ only has 1 processor).
List of Python-3.4.3 and attempt to ./python: