if pip freeze doesn't include django in the output, then the django package
is not installed in the virtualenv. are you sure the virtualenv was active
when you installed django?
also, remember that if you installed latest django, eg *pip install django*,
it won't install for python2 venvs.
On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 3:44:42 PM UTC-5, tangoward15 wrote:
> I want to seek some advice about the error. All of my pet projects in my
> desktop are getting the same error even though virtualenv is activated. I
> can confirm that when I started playing around with the projects, I have
> installed Django inside virtualenv without using "sudo". Now, I can't run
> python manage.py runserver and the packages that I am getting whenever I
> run pip freeze are different from before which doesn't include Django in
> the list.
> Any advice pls?
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