Difficulty while installing boltiot python library in third command "sudo pip3 install boltiot"


This is the screenshot of error please guide me

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@pradeepsinghsolanki

Can you run below commands one after the other and share the screenshot of the output?

sudo apt-get -y update

sudo apt install python3-pip

sudo pip3 install boltiot

i tried it multiple times and got stuck in the second command everytime, it was showing the same line over and over again. If i cannot get through this problem, i won’t be able to make the other projects after that section.

The previous screenshot itself had all three command
look at it I have highlighted

Hi @pradeepsinghsolanki,

Install the setup pools and build packages on your system

sudo apt-get install python3-setuptools
sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libffi-dev python3-dev 
sudo apt-get update  

then install the boltiot package using the -H flag.

sudo -H pip3 install boltiot

Do let me know in case you need further assistance.

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hey @pradeepsinghsolanki, @aakanksha_ug I have another alternative for it, where u can use Ubuntu on your local machine without using Digital Ocean Platform, without using Dual booting option also. Actually there is package called WSL(Windows Subsystem for Linux). And i am Using this Procedure only to do my Projects. And I completed my course also. Follow this video link and install Ubuntu using WSL:


After install ubuntu using the WSL, Launch it from start menu and install Bolt Module.
This will fix all the Errors . Thank you ping me if need assistance :slight_smile:

thanks a lot i have tried all things but nothing worked but after your given codes i works

it showing like this futhure i want to move want can i do

after put comand for bolitiot pyton library comand it ask me to yes or no but i give yes after this it shows this

@sec19ec114
Hey, for me also it’s showing the same.
But after that I executed the below lines and it worked.

export LC_ALL=“en_US.UTF-8”
export LC_CTYPE=“en_US.UTF-8”
sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales.