I think i fixed the problem for now. When i tried to run programs it was giving
me errors in certain prewritten python files so i wiped them all and
redownloaded them from the website
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rhodri James" <rho...@kynesim.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 8:55:30 AM
Subject: Re: Console
On 07/03/18 14:41, Jeremy Jamar St. Julien wrote:
> I had an problem when trying to start the python GUI. It said there was a
> subprocess startup error. I was told to start IDLE in a console with idlelib
> and see what python binary i was runnning IDLE with. Im using windows 10 and
> i guess console refers to the terminal window and i have no idea what they
> meant by "the binary its running with"
I'm afraid I can't help you with with the Console program. Windows does
like to bury Console deep in its menus, and I don't have a copy of
Windows 10 to find it in.
Once you have a console running, all you should need to do then is type
"idle" at the prompt. That should open a window, which amongst other
things will tell you the version of Python it is using. If that fails,
try "idle -n" instead; it may not make any difference, but it's worth a go.
Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd