ERROR Command errored out with exit status 1 usr bin python home pi local lib python2 7 site-packages pip vendor pep517 in process py get requires for build wheel tmp tmpyv5tBZ

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Hi,  I want to install kivy on raspberry but get errors.

SyntaxError: invalid syntax   ----- ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1: /usr/bin/python /home/pi/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/ get_requires_for_build_wheel /tmp/tmpyv5tBZ 
Jun 25, 2020 in Python by anonymous
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There might be some issue with the command you are using to install. Try the following command:

python3 -m pip install --user kivy

For more details check these out

answered Jun 25, 2020 by Sirajul
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Facing exactly the same issue, been struggling to solve this for hours, but nothing worked. Would be great if somebody could guide to a fix.

  • OS - Ubuntu 16.04
  • Python - 3.7.3
answered Dec 16, 2020 by Roshni
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Python 2.7 is not supported anymore in opencv-python- the support was dropped since,

The workaround I found was to install opencv-python version (which is the latest supported for Python 2.7, see this for all releases) like this:

pip2 install opencv-python==
answered Dec 16, 2020 by Gitika
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Literally spent 2 hours googling endlessly for a project that runs on python 2, but nothing seems to support it. Your solution was a life saver, thank you.

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