When I enter: python -m venv .venv
I get: Package venv not installed
But I know I tried a ‘Flaskblog’ a long time ago where I used a virtual environment so tried: python -m virtualenv .virtualenv
Same thing, Package virtualenv not installed.
When I check for virtualenv: sudo eopkg check virtualenv
I get: Checking integrity of virtualenv OK
which to me seems to indicate it’s on the laptop (or, maybe I’m incorrect).
The docs say you can use any of 5 different tools for environment management, I have one, but doesn’t seem to find it. Sure, I could just install another one, but I’m constantly bumping up against the limits of my small hard drive on my 7 year old laptop so am hesitant to just keep adding ‘additional’ software.
There are ways in Linux to switch the python versions.
However, i don’t know Solus OS, seems to be a rather unusual distro, that is not based on a well known distro, therefore i cannot help with this, because i don’t want to mislead you…