I just installed Ubuntu linux on my laptop and made sure to install python.
After installing Python, I type the command
python3 --version and found that I got version 3.9.7, which is stored in the
However, when I manually check the directory contents in
/usr/bin I find that I also have a Python 3.10 directory, but paid little attention to this.
Instead of re-installing gvim, which is may usual go to vim distribution, I decided to install Neovim.
I just successfully install Conqueror of Command (CoC), but noticed that it linked to a Python 3.10.0 interpreter. I can only guess that it sees the Python 3.10 directory in
/usr/bin/, but it should instead point to the
How can I manually set the interpreter in CoC?