This environment is externally managed
╰─> To install Python packages system-wide, try apt install
python3-xyz, where xyz is the package you are trying to
If you wish to install a non-Debian-packaged Python package, create a virtual environment using python3 -m venv path/to/venv. Then use path/to/venv/bin/python and path/to/venv/bin/pip. Make sure you have python3-full installed. If you wish to install a non-Debian packaged Python application, it may be easiest to use pipx install xyz, which will manage a virtual environment for you. Make sure you have pipx installed. See /usr/share/doc/python3.11/README.venv for more information.
note: If you believe this is a mistake, please contact your Python installation or OS distribution provider. You can override this, at the risk of breaking your Python installation or OS, by passing --break-system-packages.
hint: See PEP 668 for the detailed specification.
I FOUND SOLLUTION
ike I mentioned above, if you really need it, you can force install Python packages using pip outside a virtual environment, just like before, but do this at your own risk! You can force install packages using pip by passing the
--break-system-packagesoption to pip, exporting
PIP_BREAK_SYSTEM_PACKAGES=1, or adding the following to the
[global]break-system-packages = true