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I've already configured virtualenv in pycharm, when using the python manage.py command, this is error shown:

E:\video course\Python\code\web_worker\MxOnline>python manage.py runserver
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "manage.py", line 17, in <module>
    "Couldn't import Django. Are you sure it's installed and "
ImportError: Couldn't import Django. Are you sure it's installed and available on your PYTHONPATH environment variable? Did you forget to activate a virtual environment?

How should I fix it, I've installed django.

I think the best way to use django is with virtualenv it's safe and you can install many apps in virtualenv which does not affect any outer space of the system vitualenv uses the default version of python which is same as in your system to install virtualenv

sudo pip install virtualenv

or for python3

sudo pip3 install virtualenv

and then in your dir

mkdir ~/newproject

cd ~/newproject

Now, create a virtual environment within the project directory by typing

virtualenv newenv

To install packages into the isolated environment, you must activate it by typing:

source newenv/bin/activate

now install here with

pip install django

You can verify the installation by typing:

django-admin --version

To leave your virtual environment, you need to issue the deactivate command from anywhere on the system:

deactivate

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You need to install Django, this error is giving because django is not installed.

pip install django

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I was having great difficulties with this but I have solved my issue. I am on Windows 10 using Vagrant ssh in my virtualenv environment, the box I have installed is ubuntu/xenial64, Django version 2.1, python==3.6.

When I was installing packages I was using pip3 but most importantly I was using sudo and the -H flag to install these packages. When I ran sudo pip3 freeze my packages would come up, but when I ran a plain pip3 freeze there would be no packages.

Then I tried the python3 manage.py startapp <YOUR APP NAME> and it did not work same error as you.

I finally thought to try sudo python3 manage.py startapp <YOUR APP NAME> it finally worked!

Hope this was help :)

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You can use python3 to run file, if you don't want to use virtualenv.python3 manage.py runserver

To install python3 look at this page

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In case you have virtual env activated, django installed, django-admin --version prints the valid version - check if there is no circular import in the file you are executing.

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Comments
  • try doing with python3. It worked for me.
  • Yes, I did as you said, but I still suggest the same mistake
  • this should work well because i tried in my system and this works like charm
  • I love you. This worked for me. I tried a lot of other things and always got an error. You are my saviour
  • For me, it does not generate the file newenv/bin/active but newenv/bin/python. What a hassle this is. Why don't they just say in their docs which ENV vars they need. Instead they use helper programs that have no transparency at all.
  • I have installed it. I have also PIP list. I used python 3.5. Now I have changed the environment to 2.7, which is wrong. I do not want to write the sys. Path in every django to indicate django
  • That's what earlier you used pip3 install django but now for python2 you need pip install django.
  • Hey Braiden, using sudo means you used root to run your app! That should usually not be required (it's even dangerous for security reasons). It shows that you had or have a problem with the permissions of your files or folders.
  • Yes! Thanks for writing in. The project was abandoned(no git files commited) I have had difficulties figuring out Vagrant. I have been using just anaconda to learn for now going to school in September. I will get to learn all about this stuff soon.