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I tried to install django after python installation (3.4.0 version), the problem began when i tried to run the simple command: "pip install django" via the cmd - it did nothing (descending line and writes nothing). I forced it to apply the installation using the command: "python -m pip install django". Although it was declared that the installation was successful, when I run, for example, the command: "django-admin --version" it did nothing as well, but when i run the command: "python -m django-admin --version", it says that: "python.exe: no module named django-admin".

In general, each command associated to pip or to django does not work, such as: pip help, pip X ot django X

Ps. I added the paths in 'Path' of the User Varuables and System Variables: C:\Python34; C:\Python34\Scripts
Richard MacCutchan 15-Jan-16 4:56am    
Have you checked that the module is correctly installed on your system?
prowler421 15-Jan-16 5:27am    
Hey Richard, the module is correctly installed - i'm able to import it with no problems.
Richard MacCutchan 15-Jan-16 5:50am    
Sorry, but the only time I have had this problem was with pip, and using a command like python -m pip ... fixed it.

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