install failure

Asked by kent smith on 2012-12-22

I've been trying for some hours now to get virtualbricks to install. My system is Ubuntu 10.04; 8 GB of memory, 454 GB of free space. I've installed and uninstalled many times, and have rebooted the machine several times. I've also tried different directories. Currently it's in ~/home/kentfx/virtualbricks

When an error message appears, it's always:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/bin/virtualbricks", line 22, in <module>
    from virtualbricks.gui import VBGUI
ImportError: No module named virtualbricks.gui

There is in fact a folder "gui" in /virtualbricks/virtualbricks/

If someone could suggest something I'd certainly appreciate it.

Kent Smith
Bangkok
<email address hidden>

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2013-11-07
Francesco Apollonio (lorddex) said : #1

please try to follow this howto
http://virtualbricks.eu/wiki/index.php/Install_latest_stable_version

let me know if you manage to install virtualbricks,

Francesco

On 22 December 2012 08:31, kent smith
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> New question #217407 on Virtualbricks:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/virtualbrick/+question/217407
>
> I've been trying for some hours now to get virtualbricks to install. My system is Ubuntu 10.04; 8 GB of memory, 454 GB of free space. I've installed and uninstalled many times, and have rebooted the machine several times. I've also tried different directories. Currently it's in ~/home/kentfx/virtualbricks
>
> When an error message appears, it's always:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/local/bin/virtualbricks", line 22, in <module>
> from virtualbricks.gui import VBGUI
> ImportError: No module named virtualbricks.gui
>
> There is in fact a folder "gui" in /virtualbricks/virtualbricks/
>
> If someone could suggest something I'd certainly appreciate it.
>
> Kent Smith
> Bangkok
> <email address hidden>
>
>
>
>
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Francesco Apollonio (lorddex) said : #2

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