How-To: Use Python Scripting in SecureCRT 9.x on macOS
SecureCRT 9.2.x on supported macOS platforms can load python 3.10.x, 3.9.x, or 3.8.x from python.org or homebrew when installed to its respective default locations. Native M1/ARM builds of SecureCRT 9.2 on M1 Macs can load python from either the default python.org install location (/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.x/Python) or the homebrew-installed location (/opt/homebrew/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.x/Python)
SecureCRT 9.0.x on macOS (and Linux) platforms still supports only python version 3.8.x.
If you are running SecureCRT 9.0.x on macOS, but Python 3.8 isn't installed (or isn't available where SecureCRT expects), the following error may appear:
Upgrade to SecureCRT version 9.1.x. If your Mac has 3.9 installed by default, this is perhaps the easiest solution.
Install python 3.8 on your mac.
SecureCRT (either version 9.0.x or 9.1.x) on macOS looks for python to be installed in either of the following locations:
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Last edited by jdev; 04-19-2022 at 04:00 PM.
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