Hi John. If the machine you're using does not have Internet access, there is a process documented in the install_guide, Appendix A, which will show you how to install the Python modules when you can't install them directly with pip. Did you follow those instructions? If you did, which instruction did you receive errors on, and could you share the details of the error you received?
I appreciate you getting back to me.
I’m using the offline method by entering: - I pasted the URL in the browser and it goes to the LINK page and there is a REQUESTs link. The plan was to follow the process in the document but the download never occurred.
Since the site is accessible and there is a REQUESTS folder is there another way to get the code down and installed on the target server or do the steps in the install guide need to be followed verbatim? I’m not that familiar with Python and the process of adding these modules, but If there is another way I’ll try it. Thanks
C:\Python27\Scripts>pip install --download c:\mypython requests
Cannot fetch index base URL https://pypi.python.org/simple/
Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement requests
No distributions at all found for requests
Storing debug log for failure in C:\Users\e0039163\pip\pip.log
I believe that could be an issue with an earlier version of pip:
At any rate, if you don't want to go through and figure out what the problem is, I downloaded and zipped them for you. See attached. You should be able to unzip the folder and then point to that in steps c, d, and e of Appendix A.
python_modules.zip 3.9 MB
I appreciate you taking time to attached the module.
It took a bit of trial and error but I was able to get the 3 modules installed by using easy_install and adding each of 3 modules to the command. It returned an installed response but the module name ended with .egg
I should be good to go. Thanks for you help.
glad to hear it!