PSSE Crashing/can't find python

asked 2021-11-17 11:43:56 -0600

lalmadani gravatar image

My PSSE 34 keeps crashing because it is having trouble locating python. There is no way I could map the location of python in PSSE, it crashes as soon as it starts with the message "Terminated by console interrupt".

I'm trying to avoid calling IT because I keep running into problems and I call them all the time. Does anyone know a possible way to edit the settings through command prompt?

This may have happened because of installing Anaconda (and Spyder), it is 32 bit so that's not the issue. However, Anaconda and Spyder now would not open and the conda command prompt gives me errors on loading libraries and nothing works. Last week I attended a Siemens Python course and I used Spyder and it worked perfectly, now all of a sudden it has stopped working.

So I'm looking for help mapping python into PSSE through command prompt.

IF this is something no one could help me with, I am tempted to remove PSSE and Anaconda altogether and installing them again. In that case I would appreciate any advice on how to set up Anaconda and Spyder and Python environments to be compatible with PSSE 34 (i.e. how do I setup the environments and paths in Anaconda so that PSSE isn't confused on where to find python).

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Spyder is just an IDE, Anaconda is a "batteries included" Python distro. Be sure that then Python version that Anaconda uses is compatible with your version of PSSE. You might need to install Anaconda in a very specific folder for PSSE to find it, or play around with the PSSE environment manager.

likethevegetable gravatar imagelikethevegetable ( 2021-11-24 18:50:47 -0600 )edit