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Well without administrative privileges you're very limited on what you are able to do. If you are not allowed to elevate yourself or ask for privileges, the best way I found to go about that would be to create another environment, make a requirements.txt file, download all the packages you need to your machine( django ) that would also be located in your ...
I had this same problem. I deleted the virtual environment and created a new one, which solved the problem. Probably not the answer you were hoping for, but since it's the only one...
I was able to work around the issue by adding the CentALT x86_64 repository. I first downloaded centalt-release-5-3.noarch.rpm, then ran: rpm -Uvh centalt-release*rpm After this, running my original command resulted in package conflicts (it was unhappy that I was re-installing a different version of httpd-tools, even if to an alternate installation ...
Since you just started, and haven't provided details other than "as told in the instruction", I'd start over. Sorry if that's not what you want to hear.
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