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Install pip command in Mint

 
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I have to install the Django package to my mint distribution. I want to accomplish this by using pip command but can not find the pip command. How can I install the pip command ? Thanks
 
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Try here, for example.
 
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Linux mint is based on the Debian distro architecture. So as a general rule, if you can't find mint-specific info, look for help relating to Debian or Ubuntu.

Of course, the master Mint site is here: https://www.linuxmint.com/

One very important thing. Python 2 has become officially obsolete as of january 2020, but a lot of distros still default to it. If you want to work with Python3, you probably need to use apt to install python3 and the pip package for python3 is named pip3.
 
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Hello

follow the following tutorial which simply explains. $how to  install pip command in min

https://www.poftut.com/how-to-install-pip-in-debian-ubuntu-kali/
 
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