How to install pip on Linux


The pip command is a tool for installing and managing Python packages in your machine. Using pip, you can install/update/uninstall a Python package, as well as list all installed packages from the command line.

Installing PIP is easy and if you’re running Linux/Ubuntu, its usually already installed.

If it’s not installed or if the current version is outdated, you can use the package manager to install or update it.

sudo apt-get install python-pip

To install pip on Fedora:

sudo yum install python-pip

To install pip on CentOS, first enable EPEL repository, and then run:

sudo yum install python-pip

To install pip on Archlinux:

sudo pacman -S python-pip

Check if pip software is installed properly by using below command.

yum info pyton-pip

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