Installing Python on Linux is a straightforward process. Here are the steps:
1 Open a terminal window on your Linux system.
2 Update your system’s package list by running the following command:
sudo apt update
Note: This command is for Ubuntu and Debian-based systems. If you are using a different Linux distribution, the command may differ.
3 Install Python by running the following command:
sudo apt install python3
This will install Python 3, the latest version of Python. If you want to install a different version of Python, you can specify the version number in the command, for example:
sudo apt install python3.8
4 Verify that Python has been installed correctly by running the following command:
This should display the version number of Python that you just installed.
That’s it! Python is now installed on your Linux system.