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Are you sure you have 3.6 and 3.7 installed at the same time - that usually doesn't work.

What is the output of rpm -qa python3?

Looking here, you will see that Fedora 29 has Python3 version 3.7.x in its repositories.

Check yours with python3 --version.

((Python2: In addition, Fedora29 still has the older Python2, version 2.7.x available/installed. Find out yours using python2 --version.

Are you sure you have 3.6 and 3.7 installed at the same time - that usually doesn't work.work easily, unless you have set up virtualenv to create isolated python environments.

What is the output of rpm -qa python3?

Looking here, you will see that Fedora 29 has Python3 version 3.7.x in its repositories.

Check yours with python3 --version.

((Python2: In addition, Fedora29 still has the older Python2, version 2.7.x available/installed. Find out yours using python2 --version.

Are you sure you have 3.6 and 3.7 installed at the same time - that usually doesn't work easily, unless you have set up virtualenv to create isolated python environments.

What is the output of rpm -qa python3?

Looking here, you will see that Fedora 29 has Python3 version 3.7.x in its repositories.

Check yours with python3 --version.

((Python2: (Python2: In addition, Fedora29 still has the older Python2, version 2.7.x available/installed. Find out yours using python2 --version.available/installed.)