Google Cloud Sdk: Set Environment Variable_ Python --> Linux

google cloud sdk: set environment variable_ python -- linux

This is a very easy thing to solve. The native python command on the Arch command line is actually for Python 3. The SDK requires Python2.7 and the

  • Just go to the google-cloud-sdk folder and open the file.

  • Change the CLOUDSDK_PYTHON="python" value to CLOUDSDK_PYTHON="python2.7"

  • Rerun the install with the command

    in the same folder and follow the prompts.

That's all.


First - Thanks for the code - this provided to be very useful.
I would also suggest adding setting the environmental variable directly in your code - as not to set it for every environment you work on.
you can use the following code:

import os
os.environ["GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS"] = "path_to_your_.json_credential_file"

I found this useful when switching between different projects that require different credentials.

How to set GAE_SDK_ROOT environment variable?

export GAE_SDK_ROOT= wherever you unzipped the Google App Engine SDK

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