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dimu
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I tried to pip install PIL. but it gave me the below error. This pip worked perfectly before suddenly this started to happen. cannot do any pip.

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Posted : 06/16/2024 10:22 am
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SSAdvisor
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@dassa did you activate the virtual environment?

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Posted : 06/16/2024 12:46 pm
dimu
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@ssadvisor of course

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Posted : 06/16/2024 2:10 pm
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@dassa you want to ```pip install pillow``` instead. Then you can ```import PIL```.

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Posted : 06/16/2024 5:15 pm
dimu
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same story

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Posted : 06/17/2024 5:24 am
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@dassa what does ```pip --version``` give you? If that works try with the ```pillow``` instead of ```Pillow```.

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Posted : 06/17/2024 1:38 pm
Hasan Aboul Hasan
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it seems there are problems in the python files or so.

try upgrading pip:

python -m pip install --upgrade pip

try installing this way:

python -m pip install PIL

do you have multiple python installations?

 
Posted : 06/18/2024 10:30 am
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dimu
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finally, I uninstall everything and re-install. now looks ok.

 
Posted : 06/18/2024 3:02 pm
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@dassa often, if you have a virtual environment and you update the python the virtual environment becomes corrupted. The solution is to make sure you have a requirements.txt file so you can remove the virtual environment directory and recreate it.

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Posted : 06/18/2024 5:14 pm
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