Installing joblib

Using pip

You can use pip to install joblib:

* For installing for all users, you need to run::
pip install joblib

You may need to run the above command as administrator

On a unix environment, it is better to install outside of the hierarchy managed by the system:

pip install --prefix /usr/local joblib
  • Installing only for a specific user is easy if you use Python 2.7 or above:

    pip install --user joblib
    

Using distributions

Joblib is packaged for several linux distribution: archlinux, debian, ubuntu, altlinux, and fedora. For minimum administration overhead, using the package manager is the recommended installation strategy on these systems.

The manual way

To install joblib first download the latest tarball (follow the link on the bottom of http://pypi.python.org/pypi/joblib) and expand it.

Installing in a local environment

If you don’t need to install for all users, we strongly suggest that you create a local environment and install joblib in it. One of the pros of this method is that you never have to become administrator, and thus all the changes are local to your account and easy to clean up. Simply move to the directory created by expanding the joblib tarball and run the following command:

python setup.py install --user

Installing for all users

If you have administrator rights and want to install for all users, all you need to do is to go in directory created by expanding the joblib tarball and run the following line:

python setup.py install

If you are under Unix, we suggest that you install in ‘/usr/local’ in order not to interfere with your system:

python setup.py install --prefix /usr/local