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I use Virtualenv and VirtualenvWrapper on my local machines and find them wonderful tools. I am trying to set the same up on a virtual machine running Ubuntu 12.04 server and Apache for my production Python applications.

Virtualenv is working fine. But I am having issues configuring VirtualenvWrapper. I have installed it via pip. pip freeze gives me

I have followed the instructions on the documentation

NOTE: See Edit below virtualenvwrapper was actually installed via apt-get. i did follow the rest fo the instructions though.

but when I try the next step

I get an error

My /usr/local/bin/ only has one file in it

The documentation states

First, some initialization steps. Most of this only needs to be done one time. You will want to add the command to source /usr/local/bin/ to your shell startup file, changing the path to depending on where it was installed by pip.

How can i find the location of this file?

Using find / -name '' just outputs a list of Permission denied errors

Running find / -name virtualenvwrapper gives me

Any advice on how to find the file would be great


I actually installed virtualenvwrapper via apt-get due to an issue with my proxy

Possibly this pits the in a different place?


1 Answer

Read the README.Debian of the package you installed (and generally whenever you install an unfamiliar package). It is in /usr/share/doc/virtualenvwrapper and it tells you that the file you are looking for is installed in /etc/bash_completion.d/virtualenvwrapper.

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I've had many properly working virtualenvs, but from today, they give me an error. I've tried reinstalling pip and virtualenvwrapper with easy_install -U, but the error remained. Any ideas?


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You are trying to run virtualenv in a directory that has been removed. Recreate the directory, or use cd to go to an existing directory instead.

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