I would comment, but I don't have enough coinage. We need to figure out what is wrong:
The packages do not exist in a known path that you have. We know this. So what is causing it? Either it's not being installed, or it is being installed and the binary is not in PATH.
First, make sure it is being installed properly by pip. Do a pip install and let us know the output. Also let us know the output of
pip list after the install. I just went to console, switched to a virtual environment, then did a pip install on restview. It installed successfully in
virtual_env_path/bin/ and also my pip is located in
So, if it is installing correctly I would find out where pip is located by typing
Then see if the packages you are looking for are in that path, or near there. Clearly, that directory is in your path since pip runs. If you find the packages, make sure that directory is added to the path if they are not. Remember PATH resets each time you open a new console. Check path via
Basically, if it is installed, you must find out where, then compare that to your path. Good luck.