Did maybe pip-sync create the venv with --system-site-packages (at least that's 
the commandline option for pip)

I only saw behaviour like this so far, when my venv was with 
--system-site-packages and a package was installed by the system.

Sorry for the first mess.


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Am 21.07.23 um 20:08 schrieb Larry Martell via Python-list:

I am trying to set up and maintain a venv with pip-sync. On my bare
metal I have the apparmor python package installed, but it is not
installed in my venv and it's not in my requirements file. When I run
pip-sync I get:

Found existing installation: apparmor 2.13.3
ERROR: Cannot uninstall 'apparmor'. It is a distutils installed
project and thus we cannot accurately determine which files belong to
it which would lead to only a partial uninstall.

Since it's not installed in the venv why does it want to uninstall it?

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