I have been trying to run the Jupyter notebook on my Pi but the Kernels will not install into Jupiter even though I downloaded them through the Pi's Software download window. A little bit stumped and the only thing I feel it could be is that its not the default version on the command line. Any advice would be a huge help

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    What is our question, and how is it related to the title?
    – RalfFriedl
    Jun 23 '19 at 14:29
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    As far as I see the question does not belong to Raspberry Pi. What do you mean by running python3 as default on the command line? You can run python, that will execute python 2.7 on Raspbian and you can run python3, that will execute python 3.5. Executing python 3.5 when calling python is strongly discouraged because it may confuse the operating system that calls python but needs python 2.7 for its system tasks.
    – Ingo
    Jun 23 '19 at 19:51
  • Do you mean making python the default from terminal in Raspbian?
    – Roxiun
    Jun 24 '19 at 1:50
  • I think this speaks to the question you are asking. askubuntu.com/questions/320996/…
    – AyOh
    May 4 at 17:02

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