I installed 3.6.6 via the Open Souce Package Management option from IBMior
Forgive my ignorance but I don't know if this uses yum under the covers
if there is another way to use yum to do the install directly.
Ah, right, ACS. I don't use that. Yes, that ultimately uses yum.
But I assume this will just update the version in /QOpenSys/pkgs/bin
I could then re-create my venv and it would be at the 3.6.8-1 version of
python but the venv wouldn't not contain ibm-db and itoolkit.
To install packages into my venv I'd normally activate the venv then pip
install the required packages.
By default, venv creates a new minimal install, but if you are OK with
the new environment having access to all the packages in
/QOpenSys/pkgs/lib/python3.6/site-packages, you could use the
'--system-site-packages' option on the venv call.
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