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Re: Problem installing Forms and Designer on Debian

From: Derek Neighbors
Subject: Re: Problem installing Forms and Designer on Debian
Date: 05 Sep 2002 07:54:25 -0700

Instead of going into each tool and running instead at the root
of the tarball run this should solve your problems.

On Thu, 2002-09-05 at 05:52, David Goodenough wrote:
> I have a Debian testing system, and I have tried (and so far failed)
> to install the Forms and Designer components on my system.  I have installed
> the gnue-common package, but I know of no way to test it.
> When I installed Forms and Designer I downloaded the tar.gz files, unpacked
> them into separate directories, and in each I ran ./ install.  Python
> is installed, version 2.1.  It did complain about the gnue directory not
> being on the path, but then said I could ignore the warning.
> When I start either gnue-designer or gnue-forms I get essentially the
> same error messages.  It complains:-
> address@hidden:~$ gnue-designer
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "/usr/local/bin/gnue-designer", line 39, in ?
>     from  gnue.designer.Designer import *
> ImportError: No module named designer.Designer
> address@hidden:~$
> There is a file /usr/local/gnue/lib/python/gnue/designer/Designer.pyc (and
> .py of course), and in the script gnue-designer the path does seem correct
> where is does the append to path.
> Any help gratefully received.
> David
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Derek Neighbors
GNU Enterprise

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