pip install python-libtorrent==1.1.0 fails on linux


Title is self explanatory. I get the following error in linux and python2.7:

Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement python-libtorrent (from versions: )
No matching distribution found for python-libtorrent

I can see it listed on pypi:


so, why would it not install?


Asked By: JohnJ



The package in question, and its version, has been registered to PyPI. However there is no downloadable distribution file at all. Either the author/maintainer forgot to upload it (or them), or it was later removed.

If a distribution was uploaded, it should show up on the 1.1.0 release page; there should be a table that lists all distribution files, their formats, Python version, upload date and the size of that individual file. Compare with say (just a random linked package) PyTorrent-0.1.1 that has an .egg binary distribution file PyTorrent-0.1.1-py2.5.egg in there.

This seems to be a old post but for those who are problem like missing module, it’s just a Python bindings for “libtorrent-rasterbar”. First install this package using your package-manager and you can install this module. Or it may already be installed with the package.

Answered By: iambigyandahal

If you’re having this error during installation of stable-baselines3, try this:

pip install git+https://github.com/carlosluis/stable-baselines3@fix_tests
Answered By: An Se
Categories: questions Tags: ,
Answers are sorted by their score. The answer accepted by the question owner as the best is marked with
at the top-right corner.