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Old 03-18-2011, 07:21 AM   #1
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Import Error: No module named apsw

Python version 2.6 worked fine but since updating to version 3.1 and now 3.2 I cannot get beyond this error. I have also downloaded and installed APSW v3.7.5
Old 03-19-2011, 03:52 PM   #2
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Some loose thoughts:
Check the path variable

echo $PATH
and look where your system looks for stuff, make sure either
- the path variable caters for the location of the (missing) file/module
- make sure the module is "in there" somewhere

I noticed you're an Ubuntu user, you might wanna look here
to learn about env vars...if you dont know that already (dont know your profeciency, sorry)


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Quote "2.6 worked fine but since updating to version 3.1 ..... " :
Python 2.6 can be updated to 2.7.

Python 3.x is not really a simple update, but a change to a new different python.
There is documentation that tells how to convert python 2 programs to use "3.x".
And documentation : How to use python 3.

The command : 'python --version' : Will tell which version you actually use.
( Also: May be you installed apsw-3.7.5 to /usr/lib/python2.6/ ?
Then python3 will not be able to use it, and will not find it.)


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