The latest anaconda python39 package is https://anaconda.org/anaconda/python/3.9.7/download/linux-64/python-3.9.7-h12debd9_1.tar.bz2 and it is built by gcc7.5.0. I find using gcc9.3.0 to rebuild it will bring some improvement and python 3.10.0 also uses the GCC9. So can I update this python-3.9.7 with GCC9 and upload it to “https://anaconda.org/anaconda/python/3.9.7/download/linux-64/” and how can I do it?
If you’ve installed the full Anaconda distribution, there’s a package called “anaconda”. This package is usually preventing you from making significant changes by pinning packages versions for a long list of packages. However, you can use
--no-pin when doing
conda install to ignore it.
Alternatively, you can remove the anaconda package, but be sure to use the
conda activate some-env conda remove --force anaconda
--force flag should ensure only the anaconda package is removed.
Thanks a lot. But I mean I’d like to publish a new built python39 package to https://anaconda.org/anaconda/python/3.9.7/download/linux-64/. I have no idea whether I have access to do that and how to do that.
In that case, I think you should post something here: