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Old 12-11-2007, 06:33 PM
"Daniel B. Thurman"
 
Default Booting up shows a User.py error.

I noted that when booting F8, there is an error displayed
showing that /usr/share/plague/server/User.py, line 18:

line 18: import sqlite

Fails - I was not able to capture the actual error reported,
but I checked with yum install sqlite and it says that this
package is already installed on my system.

How can I track the problem down?

This problem does not prevent the system from coming up
however - just that it is annoying as if there is a problem
to begin with? Can I ignore this "error"?


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Old 12-12-2007, 11:46 PM
"Daniel B. Thurman"
 
Default Booting up shows a User.py error.

Daniel B. Thurman wrote
>Subject: [F8] Booting up shows a User.py error.
>
>I noted that when booting F8, there is an error displayed
>showing that /usr/share/plague/server/User.py, line 18:
>
>line 18: import sqlite
line 37: import User

IMPORTERROR was the error msg for the above imports.

I tried to re-install the python-sqlite2 thinking that
the modules were there - but this did not help at all.

Seems the modules might be missing or is corrupted.
Dunno.

>
>Fails - I was not able to capture the actual error reported,
>but I checked with yum install sqlite and it says that this
>package is already installed on my system.
>
>How can I track the problem down?
>
>This problem does not prevent the system from coming up
>however - just that it is annoying as if there is a problem
>to begin with? Can I ignore this "error"?
>

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