I recently installed the anaconda version of python. Now when I type
anaconda adds the path to your
.bashrc so it is found first, you can add the path to your default python to
.bashrc or remove the path to anaconda if you don't want to use it.
You can also use the full path
/usr/bin/python in bash to use the default python interpreter.
If you leave your
.bashrc file as is, any command you run using
python will use the anaconda interpreter, if you want you could also use an
alias for each interpreter.
You will see something like
export PATH=$HOME/anaconda/bin:$PATH in your
So basically if you want to use anaconda as your main everyday interpreter use the full path to your default python or create an
alias, if you want it the other way around remove the
export PATH=.... from
bashrc and use full path to anaconda python interpreter.