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I can't figure out what the path to my python interpreter is. I need to know it so I can set up Pydev in eclipse on ubuntu 10.04.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Glen.

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which command

to find where a command's binary resides.

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LOL there is an "auto config" button in eclipse that magically makes it work.

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