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Illegal instruction is what you get if you try to execute a binary compiled for, eg., x86(-64), so almost certainly that's what's happened. Which implies the miniconda installer is to blame. To confirm the premise, you need to find the binaries that pip and conda are trying to execute -- conda may be itself an executable, I'm not familiar with it. You can ...


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It is not just the kernel which determines what software you can run. Applications such as python depend upon certain system libraries and facilities. Those are part of the OS userland -- everything that isn't the kernel -- which for Raspbian/RpiOS also comes in two flavours, 32 and 64 bit. The 64-bit version is still considered "beta" and you may ...


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