I am new to KDB+ and q. I want to install it in my google cloud Debian Buster Linux. I have tried many things to install the pyq extension but didnt find a way to install it successfully. Here are specifications and methods I have tried.
1) uname -m showing x86_64
2) I have installed KDB+ 64 bit version. By using command q directly in terminal it gives following info.
KDB+ 4.0 2021.04.26 Copyright (C) 1993-2021 Kx Systems
l64/ 8(16)core 16043MB gdrive_bckup_2 instance-3 10.148.0.3 EXPIRE 2022.06.12 firstname.lastname@example.org KOD #4176665
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3) using python 3.7
gdrive_bckup_2@instance-3:~$ python --version
4) python version is 64 bit
Python 3.7.3 (default, Jan 22 2021, 20:04:44)
[GCC 8.3.0] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import struct
5) I tried to install / update all of three GNU make, gcc and clang.
6) Then I tried pip3 install pyq in normal terminal with and without sudo (pip install .. gives an error "bash: pip: command not found", so mostly I am using pip3 install ..). But unsuccessful.
7) Then I followed this guide https://code.kx.com/q/interfaces/pyq/install/#installing-into-a-virtual-environment and created virtualenv but didnt worked. I also tried venv but that also not worked.
😎 I tried with anaconda and it also not working.
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Please guide me how to install pyq in my system. Thank you.
Previously I have posted this by mistake in q-bies section. Please close that post if posted into irrelevant section else close this. Thanks again !
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